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Siemens Study: Connecting Possibilities – Scenarios for Optimizing Energy Systems

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Posted: 10/17/2013

Energy is one of the fundamental requisites for the development of every society. Economic success and prosperity depend directly on the question of how reliably a society’s energy system – in particular electricity – functions.


The situation naturally varies from country to country and from region to region. While demand for electricity in the industrialized nations is expected to remain fairly constant over the medium term, the hunger for electricity in many emerging countries is soaring.

Around 1.3 billion people on our planet still have no access to a regular supply of electricity. To ensure the availability of electricity and make it both economical and climate friendly, many questions have to be answered. And definitive answers can be found only when the search for solutions doesn’t end at a given country’s or region’s borders, but rather takes the larger contexts into account.

One thing is clear: There certainly is plenty of potential for improvements.

This fascinating 108 page report from Siemens examines the future of energy consumption in key regions and reveals significant potential for secure, sustainable and cost-efficient energy supply.

Focus Regions:

  • Europe
  • Russia
  • USA
  • China
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Republic of Korea

Download the report below

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Posted: 10/17/2013