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Siemens Energy AG (ENR.DE)

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    Ilkka
    (Reuters) – Siemens Energy (ENR1n.DE) and conglomerate Andrade Gutierrez (AGIS.UL) have won 1 billion euro ($1.1 billion) contract to build a 1.7 gigawatt combined cycle power plant in Brazil, the German group said on Tuesday.
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    Antoni
    It’s odd that such a huge company, with such innovative services that also became part of the DAX index grts so little attention. I think this company is massively undervalued.
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    Antoni
    What is crazy about this company is also the lack of news on yahoo finance. I would advise anyone who is thinking about investing or is already an investor to visit their page and go to the ‘news’ section. The sheer volume of contracts/partnerships etc. is astounding. The most recent one in Italy demonstrates the impact that ENR.F can have on the world. I will use a quote:

    “The two new STATCOM systems will stabilize voltage fluctuations by acting as either a source or sink of reactive power depending on the requirements of the Italian grid. They will significantly reduce the risk of voltage drops and blackouts. In addition to reactive power, the synchronous condensers will also provide short circuit power and inertia - both urgently needed to compensate for fewer conventional power plants. The synchronous condenser solution uses a conventional generator to provide the short circuit contribution and enlarge the necessary inertia by coupling a loss optimized flywheel to the rotating mass of the rotor. In this way, they help stabilize network frequency.”

    The reliability of the grid is one of the biggest problems in delivering sustainable energy solutions, as recognized by many experts (including Bill Gates). ENR.F is one of the few pioneers in the field.

    Long term investment but I am suspecting massive growth for the company.
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    karl
    Siemens Energy, which supplies turbines to the power industry, will replace Nivea manufacturer Beiersdorf in Germany’s blue-chip DAX index from March 22, stock exchange operator Deutsche Boerse said.
    Spun off from former parent Siemens AG last year, Siemens Energy, which also owns a 67% stake in wind turbine maker Siemens Gamesa, quickly joined Germany’s midcap index after its listing in September.
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    Nike
    In my opinion this company is a very safe investment and future proof. If the earnings start going the right way the stock could show nice movement.
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    karl
    ‘’Air Liquide SA and Siemens Energy AG have signed a memorandum of understanding in order to develop electrolysis and hydrogen technology, the companies said Monday.
    The French industrial-gas supplier and the German energy company will collaborate on industrial-scale hydrogen projects that will lay the ground for the development and mass manufacturing of electrolyzers in Europe, they said. An electrolyzer is a technology that uses electricity to break water into hydrogen and oxygen.
    "Hydrogen will play an essential role to achieve the European Union's objectives for CO2 and greenhouse gas emission reduction," they said, adding that "in order to meet rapidly growing demand, and to lower costs, it is key to accelerate the production of sustainably generated hydrogen through large-scale Proton Exchange Membrane electrolyzers."
    The companies will apply for projects funding under the European Union's Green Deal, they said.’’
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    Fitim
    What its going on with this stock today ?????
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    Antoni
    Financial results have been published today. They look promising, the order backlog is huge. I think this company is getting punishes for the P/E ratio in comparison to other companiea in the utility&energy sectors. What are your thoughts? I think this is a begining of something good and the company is undervalued.
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    Anonymous
    Huge orders - the number one offshore windpower company in the world and number three onshore; furhtermore Siemens Energy is number one in big hydrogen powertations as well as in Gas power stations; here are some - not all - updates of the last month:

    hydrogen: https://www.greencarcongress.com/2020/12/20201213-siemens.html
    windpower:

    a) Vietnam: https://www.powertransformernews.com/2020/12/29/siemens-energy-wins-contract-to-equip-vietnam-wind-farms/

    b) Norway: https://www.power-technology.com/news/siemens-gamesa-wind-turbine-order-orsted-us/

    c) https://seekingalpha.com/news/3647899-aes-siemens-energy-storage-jv-wins-125m-qatar-investment

    And they are in the middle of a turnaround; revenues of 20 billion US$, wordwide network and goal to earn about 1-2 billion EBIT in 2021!

    Bofa strong buy with PT of 46 Euros = 56 US$s. Marketcap is almost smaller than of Plug, which has revenues of around 300 Million / year!!!! Here is value
    Siemens Energy, Duke Energy and Clemson University have teamed up to study the use of hydrogen for energy storage and as a low- or no-carbon fuel source to produce energy at Duke Energy’s combined heat and power plant located at Clemson University in
    Siemens Energy, Duke Energy and Clemson University have teamed up to study the use of hydrogen for energy storage and as a low- or no-carbon fuel source to produce energy at Duke Energy’s combined heat and power plant located at Clemson University in
    www.greencarcongress.com
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    Eric
    SIEMENS ENERGY WILL BECOME STRONG. A FUTURE BERLIN BASED COMPANY WITH MASSIVE ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE!

    SIEMENS E-HIGHWAY FROM THE MOBILITY SECTOR WILL SURGE THE SIEMENS AG STOCK IN FUTURE.
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    Anonymous
    If you compare the market value with PLUG, Ballard, ITM Power etc., Siemens Energy should be valued at 500 US$, which is major too optimistic, but 100 US$ would be fair! At least! If you compare only the windpower section with Vestas, number two in the world after Siemens Gamesa (owned by 67% from SE), the company should be valued at 150 US$s....plenty of room to increase! Stay long!
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    karl
    Siemens Energy has signed an agreement with TC Energy to commission a novel waste heat-to-power pilot installation in Alberta, Canada. The facility will capture waste heat from a gas-fired turbine operating at a pipeline compression station and convert it into emissions-free power. The electricity produced will be put back into the grid– resulting in estimated greenhouse gas reductions of 44,000 tons per year, equivalent to taking more than 9,000 vehicles off the road.
    As part of the agreement with TC Energy, Siemens Energy will build, own, and operate the facility, with the option for ownership to be transferred back to TC Energy at a later date.
    An innovative heat recovery process designed by Siemens Energy will be at the heart of this recovery process. The patented technology, licensed under Echogen® Intellectual Property, is based on an advanced Rankine Cycle and uses supercritical carbon dioxide (sCO2) as the working fluid to convert waste heat into power. Because of its properties, sCO2 can interact more directly with the heat source than water/steam, eliminating the need for a secondary thermal loop, typically required in traditional waste heat recovery systems.
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    karl
    4 million shares traded? Wow.
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    Anonymous
    Siemens Energy - hydrogen story and number one in windpower in the world - especially in the offshore windpowering!

    Hydrogen Story:

    - Number one in Green hydrogen production; teams up with Duke Energy and Porsche
    - Uses PEM technoloy in its well sold Electrolyser
    - German newest submarines use SE Fuel Cells for powering
    - Teams up with daughter Siemens Gamesa as well as ITM Power at Orstel project, which was supported by 5 Million of EU funding
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    Anonymous
    Siemens Energy is totally cheap!Valued at 14 billion US$sRevenues of 23 billion US$sPT of Bofa 46#$%$
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    karl
    The newly-listed Siemens Energy has signed a memorandum of understanding with Siemens Mobility to “jointly develop and offer hydrogen systems for trains.”

    Announced on Monday, the partnership is the latest example of companies attempting to ramp up and expand the use of hydrogen fuel-cell technology.

    The collaboration will look to produce “a standardized hydrogen infrastructure solution for fueling the hydrogen-powered trains of Siemens Mobility.”
    In addition, the idea is that the products of the partnership will be offered to external customers in order to “promote the hydrogen economy in Germany and Europe and support decarbonization in the mobility sector.”

    The broad aim is to link up Siemens Energy’s work on the production of green hydrogen – a term that refers to hydrogen produced using renewable sources such as wind and solar – with Siemens Mobility’s specialism in transportation.

    According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), hydrogen is a “versatile energy carrier.” Generating it does have an environmental impact, however.
    The IEA has said that hydrogen production is responsible for roughly 830 million metric tons of carbon dioxide each year. It’s within this context that the idea of green hydrogen is so attractive.

    “Working together with Siemens Mobility, we want to drive sector coupling by developing, among other things, an electrolysis and fueling solution for the fast fueling of hydrogen-powered trains,” Armin Schnettler, who is executive vice president of Siemens Energy’s New Energy Business, said in a statement.

    Siemens shareholders voted to spin off the industrial giant’s energy business back in July. The standalone firm, Siemens Energy, made its debut on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange last week. Its largest shareholder is Siemens. Siemens Mobility remains part of the larger Siemens organization.