The companies said the alliance will draw on Boeing’s expertise in complex systems and technologies and Siemens’ global energy management capabilities.
The companies’ U.S. military installation designs will aim to :
- implement economical energy-efficient analysis, control and automation tools
- use smart energy controls to provide real-time data to manage energy use
- integrate renewable energy sources and storage.
“Siemens is the only company worldwide that provides its customers with energy-efficient technologies that enable ‘smart’ production, transmission and consumption, ” said Judy Marks, head of Siemens U.S. federal business. “The Siemens and Boeing team has a vision for the United States’ energy future, and we’re committed to helping the DoD achieve unprecedented levels of power reliability, quality, efficiency and energy independence.”