Siemens Energy, Georgia Institute of Technology partner on hydrogen research

In an effort to decarbonize energy systems, Siemens Energy and Georgia Institute of Technology will conduct technology development to enable the flexible use of hydrogen fuels.

At Siemens Energy’s Innovation Center in Orlando, Florida, the partners inked a wider agreement that includes the effort.

Siemens Energy stated its ambition to increase its collaboration with universities on a wide variety of energy technologies with the opening of its Innovation Center early in 2022.

Siemens Energy and Georgia Tech will collaborate on research projects and support one another’s solitary endeavors. The agreement will also make it possible for Siemens Energy to more effectively participate on the industry advisory board for Georgia Tech’s research efforts and for the institution to perform contract work in support of research projects directed by Siemens Energy.