"People want their money to have a positive impact and build a better future"
Nick Robins, Professor in Practice of Sustainable Finance.

Companies from different industries, from finance to renewable, have a really important role to play in driving a common response to climate and other social challenges. Therefore, it is more important than ever an intense collaboration between all industries across the world, backed by an unprecedented reallocation of capital.
Digitalization as a shield against COVID-19
Through focused planning and preparation, Siemens Gamesa’s global network of Remote Operation Centers ensures continuity of operations for customers, in good times and in bad.
The origin of the hybrid species
The far-flung, volcanic Galapagos Islands visited by Charles Darwin in 1835 as part of his round the world survey voyage played an important role for him in writing his theory of biological evolution ‘On the Origin of Species’ published in 1859.

To this day, the islands are a focal point for further generations of conservationists who aspire to preserve his legacy and help conserve the environment and rich biodiversity of both this cluster of islands as well as of the planet.
“We are seeing the beginning of a new adventure. We believed in it and changed the game"
Anders J. Jensen, Project Manager for Vindeby

The wind industry was formed by pioneers. One of them is Anders J. Jensen from Siemens Gamesa, who was there from the very beginning. Particularly, he was instrumental in developing the offshore wind industry from nothing at all to the huge scale we see today throughout the entire world. He told us the story of how the offshore wind industry formed and revealed how he sees Siemens Gamesa having a part to play in pioneering the offshore wind industry…again.
United in the fight against COVID-19
A total of 16 projects will be launched in coming weeks in Germany, India, Spain, Canada, Kenya, Greece, Mexico, Denmark, Morocco and South Africa with the aim of combating the consequences of COVID-19. The projects form part of the company’s SGRE impact social responsibility initiative that this year will be focused on fighting the pandemic.
Powered by change: Siemens Gamesa launches 14 MW offshore Direct Drive turbine with 222-meter rotor
The winds of change have never been stronger, especially when it comes to meeting the world’s needs for clean, renewable energy. Siemens Gamesa’s new SG 14-222 DD offshore Direct Drive wind turbine now sees the light of day as a part of the solution.
Knitting the Wind project
Tejiendo el Viento (Spanish for ‘Knitting the Wind’) is an initiative by Siemens Gamesa to improve economic conditions for artisan women in the Isthmus region in Oaxaca, Mexico. It is a part of the Company’s social responsibility strategy in its ‘Community Engagement’ pillar.

Women who participate in Tejiendo el Viento recover their traditional craft with three different techniques – knitting, embroidery and cadenilla (a typical chain-shaped knitting pattern) – which they incorporate into textile and leather products. These give shape to unique pieces that preserve the ancestral knowledge and colorfulness of women in the Isthmus.
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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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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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Unmatched in the U.S.: Siemens Gamesa SG 14-222 DD offshore wind turbines to power 2.6-GW Dominion Energy project

Tuesday, 26 May 2020,

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Towering in Taiwan: new Siemens Gamesa SG 14-222 DD offshore wind turbines planned for 300 MW Hai Long 2 offshore wind project

Tuesday, 26 May 2020,

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Siemens Gamesa leads in servicing Senvion fleet in Asia Pacific with addition of 226-MW, 30-year deal in Australia

Friday, 22 May 2020,

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Powered by change: Siemens Gamesa launches 14 MW offshore Direct Drive turbine with 222-meter rotor

Tuesday, 19 May 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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