Siemens Gamesa leads drive for maximum blade testing efficiency
Siemens Gamesa’s blade test center in Aalborg, Denmark, home of the world’s largest test stand, is the first non-commercial inhouse blade test facility in the world to gain IECRE approval. The approval was granted in the highest level required (stage (4) with a high independency of certification bodies.  
Climate change remains ‘the mother of all disruptions’ after Covid
Interview with Amanda McKenzie, CEO of Australia’s Climate Council

The world has learned just how problematic the disruption that the Covid-19 pandemic has been, but the mother of all disruptions remains climate change, says Amanda McKenzie, one of Australia’s leading voices on climate change and CEO of the country’s Climate Council, an independent non-profit organization providing authoritative information on these issues.
Presentation of third quarter results for fiscal year 2020

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has presented its third quarter results for fiscal year 2020.

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Service keeps safety in sight during global crisis
As a global provider of critical infrastructure, Siemens Gamesa cannot afford to hit the pause button on itsService operations as countries across the world react to the spread of the novel coronavirus.From caring for wind farms on land and at sea to keeping its technicians safe, trained, and ready for whatever comes next, the company shoulders a profoundresponsibility to ensure that power staysflowingduring a time of crisis. So far, Siemens Gamesa hasadmirably metthischallenge.
Pushing offshore to a new dimension
Titan, giant, colossus, gargantuan scale, monumental dimensions. Describing Siemens Gamesa’s new offshore wind turbine is no easy job. With an unprecedented energy capacity of 14 MW and rotor of 222 meters, the launch of the turbine amazed the market. In just over a month, it accumulated 4.3 GW of conditional orders with different customers in markets as diverse as Taiwan, the United States, and the United Kingdom.
Education and food aid the fight against child labor
Siemens Gamesa plans to support a diverse range of projects through a contribution of €80,000 to help combat the effects of COVID-19 in Mexico. Among the 12 programs that are part of the SGRE Impact social project worldwide, one of them will be managed by SEDAC. I.A.P., which will help children from 3 to 12 years old in low-income communities gain access to quality education and balanced food packages for the duration of the pandemic. This initiative is committed to eradicating child labor in the brickyard area of Mexico City.
Wind turbines instead of lignite power plants
Nine projects with a total of 368 MW of newly installed capacity, most recently expanded through the 30MW Ujazd project: Siemens Gamesa's current project pipeline in Poland illustrates how dynamically wind energy is developing in the EU's sixth largest country. Two auctions in 2018-19 for a total of 3.5 GW have set the course for more electricity coming from wind. But the country's CO2 balance remains challenging.
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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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Your trusted technology partner


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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Siemens Gamesa appoints Beatriz Puente as Chief Financial Officer and names new CEOs for two Business Units

Thursday, 30 July 2020,

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COVID-19 impacts Siemens Gamesa in Q3, but record backlog and strong financial position provide a sound basis for the future

Thursday, 30 July 2020,

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Siemens Gamesa appoints Jorge Magalhães to strengthen its technology leadership in Onshore

Monday, 27 July 2020,

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Siemens Gamesa strengthens its position in Chile with new 60-MW project extension from EDF and Ibereólica

Friday, 24 July 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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