Predicting the future to save energy
It sounds like science fiction, but it’s not. Our team can predict the behaviour of wind turbines and prevent failures before they occur. How do they manage to do it? Thanks to mathematical models that over the last nine years have been able to detect 50,000 anomalies in wind turbines. And the result? Well, pretty incredible, with savings of over a million hours of energy.
Egypt: Wind brings clean energy, growth and hope
To understand sustainable development, you need to look no further than Siemens Gamesa’s recent wind energy projects at Ras Ghareb, Egypt. From supporting health and education at the Ras Ghareb wind energy project, to providing employment and protecting biodiversity at the West Bakr wind farm, these projects are not just about providing clean electricity.
Siemens Gamesa join forces for a sustainable offshore energy development

The company joined a coalition of NGOs, wind industry and transmission system operators to cooperate on the sustainable deployment of offshore wind, while ensuring alignment with nature protection and healthy marine ecosystems. 18 organisations from across Europe have signed a Memorandum of Understanding and committed themselves to working together.

“The wind energy industry is leading the fight against climate change, and Europe is taking the right steps to increase its offshore wind capacity. We’re taking the responsibility to do it in the most sustainable way, respecting the huge biodiversity found in our oceans. Joining the Offshore Coalition is a great opportunity to advance together with a collaborative mindset,” says Pierre Bauer, Interim CEO of the Siemens Gamesa Offshore Business Unit

Presentation of fiscal year results 2020

Siemens Gamesa presented its results for fiscal year 2020.

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“Dinosaur bones” make joyful days for kids in New Zealand community
“Honk, honk, toot, toot!” Four-year-old Cooper and two-year-old Jenna in Taranaki, New Zealand, could not wait to wake up early every morning to say hello to the “dinosaur bones” – that was their name for the Siemens Gamesa 63-meter long blades under transportation for the Waipipi Wind Farm in New Zealand. And every morning, the big trucks carrying wind turbine blades said hello back to the two kids with a toot.
Gender Equality in Renewables
In North America, only 10% of women are in Board Executive positions, 25% are in Board Non-Executive positions and 22% are in Senior Management, the World Bank’s Stepping Up Women´s STEM Career in Infrastructure 2020 report. Yet women make up about 50% of the workforce.

The study found that in a survey of more than 3,700 female engineers in the United States, workplace climate and culture were among the most common factors when leaving the field. These issues and more were covered during AWEA´s Offshore Wind Virtual Summit.
Green energy at 2,000 meter above sea level
Slopes with a gradient of up to 32%, 57-meter blades, close to 100-meter towers, more than 120 ton nacelles, and often difficult weather conditions with fog, rain and sometimes snow. Transporting components can become the biggest challenge in the construction of a wind farm. And this this is the case at Nudo, in Asturias (Spain), where Siemens Gamesa is installing a total of 49 wind turbines for Iberdrola at an altitude of almost 2,000 meters.
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A notice about COVID-19

As we confront the global spread of COVID-19, the overwhelming priority of Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy is to safeguard the wellbeing of our employees, their families and the wider communities in which we operate. Since the first awareness of the Coronavirus we have taken all necessary precautionary measures to minimize the spread of the disease and protect our employees’ health and safety.

We also recognize the need to ensure business continuity and serve the needs of our customers and society in this fast-changing and complicated environment. We have therefore taken action to maintain high levels of activity across the business – manufacturing, installing and servicing wind turbines – without compromising health and safety.


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Operating in around 90 countries, Siemens Gamesa offers an extensive range of onshore wind turbine technologies to cover all wind classes and site conditions. By listening to our customers - and backed up by 40 years of experience - we know just what it takes to develop and manage a successful onshore project.

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Powerful performance


Leading the way forward, our engineers and technicians pioneered the offshore sector back in 1991, with the world’s first wind power plant in Denmark. Since then, Siemens Gamesa has grown to become the global leader in offshore power generation. Offering full-scope solutions and services, our people and products will guarantee the success of your next offshore project.

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Siemens Gamesa has a proven track record of excellence in operation and maintenance. Leveraging scale and global reach, we offer a flexible service portfolio that can be tailored to our customers’ diverse operating models. We also provide advanced diagnostics and digitalization capabilities, as well as customized offshore offerings.

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Passionate about renewables

It takes the brightest minds to be a technology leader. It takes imagination to create green energy for the generations to come. At Siemens Gamesa we make real what matters.

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Siemens Gamesa appoints Marc Becker as CEO of Offshore

Wednesday, 18 November 2020,

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A new global standard for energy at low wind sites; the SG 4.7-155 turbine gears up for launch

Thursday, 12 November 2020,

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Siemens Gamesa completes a challenging fiscal year 2020 with record order intake, as momentum for wind energy grows

Thursday, 05 November 2020,

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Corporate Sustainability

Leading the way to a cleaner future: Siemens Gamesa powered by 100% renewable electricity worldwide

Wednesday, 28 October 2020,

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An offshore wind farm changes Munich’s energy mix
DanTysk, a project by Vattenfall and the city of Munich
The DanTysk offshore wind power plant supplies electricity for up to 400,000 households in Germany.

By 2025, Munich plans to be the first metropolis in the world to be entirely self-sufficient in renewable energy – thanks to the power of offshore wind. The DanTysk wind farm off the German coast is improving the sustainability of a big city.

Location 70 km west of the island Sylt, North Sea, Germany
Year 2014
Scope 80 Siemens Gamesa 3.6 MW wind turbines
Partner Stadtwerke München, Vattenfall
Output 288 MW

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Snowtown: A towering achievement
Snowtown II provides green energy for Australia
The 270 MW wind farm is a full turnkey solution in South Australia.
Snowtown II is one of the most modern wind farms in Australia. Producing enough electricity for 180,000 South Australian homes, it provides employment, training and investment opportunities.
Location South Australia
Year 2014
Scope Full turnkey solution: 90 Siemens Gamesa 3.0 MW turbines, 15 yrs service contract, grid connection
Partner Tilt Renewables
Output 270 MW

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Butendiek: smooth service on rough seas
wpd offshore: Butendiek wind farm
Butendiek wind farm: Maintenance with service operation vessels
It has always been true that the farther a wind turbine is from shore, the more expensive its maintenance. To solve this problem, Siemens Gamesa came up with service operation vessels.
Location Off Germany’s North Sea coast
Year 2015
Scope 80 x 3.6 MW offshore wind turbines and tailor-made service concept
Partner wpd group
Output 288 MW
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