WindEurope 2019: Clean energy for generations

Siemens Gamesa at WindEurope 2019

Bilbao from April 2-4, 2019

Clean energy for generations to come
The annual on- and offshore Conference & Exhibition WindEurope 2019 took place in the home town of our company headquarters: Bilbao, Spain. From April 2-4, 2019, we presented how we are driving the energy transition towards a sustainable future.
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WindEurope 2019

The wind event of the year – in our hometown

Spain is a huge player in wind energy. As one of the biggest producers worldwide, the country has national plans to build more than 4 GW of onshore wind by 2020, and 2.5 GW a year up to 2030. The wind supply chain employs 22,000 people, and Bilbao is a key hub – and it's also the location of Siemens Gamesa headquarters! So it was the perfect place for the 2019 WindEurope Conference & Exhibition.

More than 8,000 wind industry insiders attended, which made this event a great networking opportunity. More than 500 presentations by top experts from around the globe allowed all attendees to expand their knowledge base.

What’s more, at WindEurope around 400 exhibitors articulated a vision for the future of this rapidly expanding sector. In Hall 1, on 200 square meters, our Siemens Gamesa experts presented our onshore and offshore portfolio as well as our broad range of services. Thank you very much for visiting us!

Impressions from our Siemens Gamesa booth and more
At Siemens Gamesa, we are determined to play a leading role in addressing our planet’s energy needs by providing people and communities worldwide with clean, affordable, and reliable renewable power. At the same time, we have a deep commitment to improving the communities in which we operate by creating jobs and growth, protecting our natural environment, and improving people’s quality of life.
Markus Tacke, CEO of Siemens Gamesa
Markus Tacke

CEO Siemens Gamesa

The energy challenge

How do you envision tomorrow?
There is no doubt that the world needs a new direction in energy: The 2018 World Energy Outlook report predicts that rising incomes and an extra 1.7 billion people will push up global energy demand by more than a quarter by 2040. With renewables developing rapidly and competing in a global market, we don’t lack the innovation needed to support this change in a climate-friendly way. But at Siemens Gamesa, we believe that it takes more: a collective journey, driving the transitions towards a sustainable world.

Driving the transition

We make real what matters
Empower customers to drive a cleaner future

In order to encourage customers and society alike to join our vision, it is crucial to answer their call for a reliable, authentic, and bankable partner who understands individual needs and is able to think outside the box.

As a pioneer with nearly 40 years of industry experience, we can say with confidence that engineering and digitalization are embedded in our DNA. With an unrivaled expertise and track record in wind power, we do not only build cost-optimized, streamlined, and customized solutions, but are also regarded as a trusted partner in the industry.

Everything we do for our customers, we do with technological ingenuity and passion. As a consequence, we start where others stop – by taking wind energy to the next level and by always pushing for creative and innovative solutions on behalf of our clients.

Wind energy like you’ve never seen it before

We understand that the era of big data era is ushering in the Age of the Customer. At Siemens Gamesa we are committed to turning each bit of data collected into powerful insights for our customers. In our diagnostic centers, we gather data from around six million sensors embedded in wind power plants worldwide.

From this data, our diagnostic experts derive over 1.5 million individual digital models to detect around 250,000 deviations per year and identify potential faults. Algorithms filter out the costly false-positives and insignificant deviations. In turn, wind turbines need less maintenance and can generate higher yield, with a significant impact on the levelized cost of energy.

Thanks to continious monitoring, detailed analytics, and model-based trouble shooting advice, wind turbine owners get the best out of their assets. At Siemens Gamesa, we believe in the power of digitalization and its opportunities for a sustainable future.

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