Driving sustainable development through social commitment

At Siemens Gamesa, we’re not just dedicated to fighting the climate emergency. Guided by the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), we also feel a strong social commitment to driving the sustainable development of the communities in which we operate.

Safeguarding Europe’s energy security and transition

The white paper, “Europe’s energy sovereignty is in imminent danger: Why we need the European wind industry – and how to safeguard it” details the need for legislators to give the wind sector the status of a strategic industry, together with the implementable steps required to secure the volume of wind energy necessary to achieve EU clean energy targets. 

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The CNMV authorizes the Siemens Gamesa takeover bid

The CNMV announces that the takeover bid for Siemens Gamesa launched by Siemens Energy has been authorized on 7 November 2022.

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SG 14-236 DD series: The big lift, the nacelle of the largest offshore turbine has now been installed

The journey began when the nacelle left the factory and the tower was installed on site, ready to receive the components. Activity at the Danish test center at Osterild does not stop, and the installation of Siemens Gamesa’s largest offshore wind turbine has now surpassed a key milestone: the nacelle has been placed on top of the tower, a major exercise referred to as ‘the big lift’.

SG 14-236 DD series: 'I couldn’t imagine working with anything else other than wind turbines!'
The installation of the SG 14-236 DD prototype continues on its path. A couple of weeks ago, we followed the nacelle on its way to the test site, marking the beginning of the journey. In this second episode of the series, we talk to Sandra Them, technical product manager for the SG 14-236 DD, as the team completes the installation of the last tower section, making it ready for turbine installation.
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Pioneering technology

RecyclableBlade

Siemens Gamesa is leading the way for a sustainable future with the RecyclableBlade, the first product to offer a comprehensive recyclable solution that is ready for commercial use both offshore and onshore.

The wind industry is still relatively young and is aware of the responsibility it holds of finding a sustainable way to deal with wind turbine components at the end of their life cycle. Increasing the recyclability of the wind components is high on our agenda, and we are committed to producing 100% recyclable turbines by 2040.

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Powerful performance

Offshore

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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World-class maintenance

Service

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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Your trusted technology partner

Onshore

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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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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Delivering sustainability through actions

This decade will be judged on our ability to take the steps needed to keep global temperature rises this century to between 1.5 and 2.0 degrees Celsius, as well as deliver a fairer and more equal world. That is why as part of our Sustainability Vision 2040, we are focused not just on the targets we set, but instead on the actions that are needed to deliver on them.

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SG 14-236 DD series

'I couldn’t imagine working with anything else other than wind turbines!'

A couple of weeks ago, we followed the nacelle on its way to the test site, marking the beginning of the journey. In this second episode of the series, we talk to Sandra Them, technical product manager for the SG 14-236 DD, as the team completes the installation of the last tower section, making it ready for turbine installation.

SG 14-236 DD series

The big lift: the nacelle of the largest offshore turbine has now been installed
The journey began when the nacelle left the factory and the tower was installed on site, ready to receive the components. Activity at the Danish test center at Osterild does not stop, and the installation of Siemens Gamesa’s largest offshore wind turbine has now surpassed a key milestone: the nacelle has been placed on top of the tower, a major exercise referred to as ‘the big lift’.

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Harnessing the wind to power South Africa’s socio-economic development
South Africa is undergoing an energy crisis, with the country struggling to generate enough electricity to meet demand. This has manifested in successive rounds of loadshedding.The key is to ensure a just energy transition, and to empower the socio-economic growth of the country. This strategic investment will be discussed at the upcoming 11th Annual Windaba Conference and Exhibition hosted by the South African Wind Energy Association (SAWEA), supported by the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC). It takes place at the International Convention Centre in Cape Town from 12-13 October 2022.

Sustainability

Expert Series: The Circular Economy - Dr Nancy Bocken, Professor in Sustainable Business at Maastricht University

Embracing the circular economy is a vital step to meeting climate commitments and safeguarding the future of our planet for generations to come. Think about the last time you threw something away – did you consider where that product ended up?

Collectively, we must shift our perspectives from a culture that treats everything as disposable and instead, adopt a circular view and redesign products and processes in such a way that goods can be used for longer, or recycled more economically to reduce costs and waste.

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