Bosnia and Herzegovina breaks out on new energy path in the Balkans
It is easy to think of renewable energy installation happening today in the largest and more affluent countries in Europe or globally. And perhaps their lead is only right considering they are far more responsible for the bulk of CO2 emissions than emerging countries that also may lack the resources to invest so heavily in green technology. But that does not stop smaller, emerging countries from setting their own ambitions and their people doing their part to help drive a global energy transition forward.
Ahead of their time: How a close-knit business community sparked India’s energy transition
Every journey begins with a single step. When Siemens Gamesa (then Gamesa) entered India, a community of business owners in Tamil Nadu, the country’s wind capital in the country’s south west, saw wind turbine generation as an attractive investment. In a way, this community pioneered India’s wind sector long before Independent Power Producers (IPPs) emerged. As the company celebrates 10 years in the country, we look at some of the early partnerships that spurred an energy transition in India and Sri Lanka.
From studio to stage: revamping Siemens Gamesa’s internal IT landscape
In the wake of the merger that the company went through in 2017, Siemens Gamesa had a pressing need for a new and modern IT landscape to help uphold its prominent position in an ever-increasing competitive market. However, this isn’t just your average digital transformation. This is a huge and complex task, and the ambition in Siemens Gamesa is clear; to cut through the clutter and fully embrace new technology and state of the art solutions while also creating a unified, refreshed and strengthened internal IT landscape.
Collaborative, local wind park for all
Old farms, fields and small woods adorn the Munsterland region. And right in the middle of them lies the farm of the Peter family, who have been farming here for generations. "For centuries we have lived from what nature gives us," says Johannes Peter in summer on a construction site in the middle of a cornfield. Behind him is one of 13 foundations for one of the largest wind farms currently being built in North Rhine-Westphalia.
Decarbonizing the supply chain
Over the course of 2020 Siemens Gamesa has recorded several crucial decarbonization successes - becoming carbon neutral or switching to 100% electricity from renewable sources to name just a few. But we are committed to going further: reducing indirect emissions in our supply chain is a vital step on our journey to net-zero emissions by 2050. The production of towers is a major source of carbon emissions worldwide and therefore a great place to start. Siemens Gamesa deployed a decarbonization project for the tower supply chain with promising first results: a reduction of 20,000 tons of CO2 emissions annually, approximately 20% of the emissions generated by its main tower suppliers. Compared with emissions derived from all our activities, this reduction accounts for more than 70% of the company's annual emissions.
Mentoring to power gender equality in wind energy
IRENA's latest report Wind Energy: A Gender Perspective for 2020 again highlights the low presence of women in the wind sector, as reflected by the fact that only 21% of jobs in the industry are held by women.   

A year earlier, alarmed by this dramatic situation, the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) and the Global Women's Network for the Energy Transition (GWNET) decided to join forces to launch the Women in Wind mentoring project. 
“With revenue-based availability, we’re incentivized to optimize revenue”
Interview with Juan Gutierrez, CEO of Service

Why Revenue Based Availability makes sense.
How the company is helping its customers navigate the end of subsidies.
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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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