Siemens Gamesa Joins Vestas in Ditching Financial Forecast

Siemens Gamesa Joins Vestas in Ditching Financial Forecast

In a statement announcing the decision to withdraw results, Siemens Gamesa appears to have confirmed that its factories in India are now closed.“Since the crisis started earlier in the year, SGRE has devoted significant resources to mitigating the impact of disruption in our factories and facilities across the world, first in China and then in other markets including Spain and India where we complied with government-mandated closures," the company said in a statement.

Siemens boss says he didn’t know about contract with Adani coal

Siemens boss says he didn’t know about contract with Adani coal

In a form letter emailed in response to thousands of protesting emails, Siemens global CEO Joe Kaiser says he was not aware of the contract with Adani, “likely given the relatively very small number of the rail singling business associated with it.

Europe’s First Merchant Offshore Wind Farm to Use Siemens Gamesa 11MW Turbines

Europe’s First Merchant Offshore Wind Farm to Use Siemens Gamesa 11MW Turbines

The Hollandse Kust Zuid (HKZ) 1 & 2 projects, developed by Sweden's Vattenfall, will use an estimated 140 turbines off the Dutch coast, for a total project size of up to 1.5 gigawatts.

RedEarth secures Siemens partnership to bring Australian battery tech to market

RedEarth secures Siemens partnership to bring Australian battery tech to market

“We look forward to bringing an Australian designed and manufactured solution for commercial electricity consumers to market,” RedEarth’s head of research and development Jeremy Whaley said.

How UK Fight for Offshore Wind Jobs Could Reset the Supply Chain

How UK Fight for Offshore Wind Jobs Could Reset the Supply Chain

“Among the three turbine OEMs commercially active in the U.K., Siemens Gamesa and MHI Vestas have blade manufacturing facilities in Hull and the Isle of Wight, respectively, helping meet a portion of the local content requirement,” said Shashi Barla, WoodMac's principal analyst for the offshore wind supply chain.

A Closer Look at Siemens Gamesa’s Deal for Senvion

A Closer Look at Siemens Gamesa’s Deal for Senvion

The addition of Senvion's contracts increases SGRE's competition with Vestas’ multibrand servicing segment, with both companies now equal in terms of third-party technology serviced, at more than an estimated 10 gigawatts each.

Siemens Gamesa to Buy 3 Senvion Businesses, Saving 2,000 Jobs

Siemens Gamesa to Buy 3 Senvion Businesses, Saving 2,000 Jobs

The all-cash deal, which is expected to close before March 2020, includes all the firm’s intellectual property, its European service business and a Portugal-based blade manufacturing site.Having previously lagged behind MHI Vestas and Siemens Gamesa, GE Renewable Energy has secured several large offshore turbine orders in recent weeks.

Double Jobs Blow as Vestas and Siemens Gamesa Plan European Cuts

Double Jobs Blow as Vestas and Siemens Gamesa Plan European Cuts

European wind turbine manufacturers Siemens Gamesa and Vestas will cut a total of almost 1,200 jobs from manufacturing plants in Denmark and Germany, and there could be more job losses to come for the sector.

Siemens Gamesa in talks to buy parts of troubled turbine firm Senvion

Siemens Gamesa in talks to buy parts of troubled turbine firm Senvion

Turbine giant Siemens Gamesa is understood to be considering the purchase of parts of troubled firm Senvion.The firm also announced widespread redundancies across the business last month as it struggled to find a new investor.

Petrofac completes offshore wind project in German North Sea

Petrofac completes offshore wind project in German North Sea

Petrofac has hailed the start of power generation from a major offshore wind project in Germany.Petrofac, in partnership with Siemens, were awarded the contract in 2014 by German-Dutch transmission grid operator TenneT for engineering, procurement, construction, transport and offshore installation of the platform.

Siemens to sail out huge containers to Moray Firth wind project

Siemens to sail out huge containers to Moray Firth wind project

The newly-built containers are destined for the Moray East Offshore Wind Farm project, where they will transport large sections of high voltage equipment between shore and the wind site.

Siemens hands out multi-million pound contracts for Moray East windfarm

Siemens hands out multi-million pound contracts for Moray East windfarm

Siemens has awarded multi-million pound contracts with a series of UK firms for the development of the Moray East windfarm. Anwer Amara-Korba, project director at Moray East for Siemens Transmission and Distribution, said: “We are delighted to have appointed a number of our subcontractors to deliver Moray East.

Most Read in June: Siemens Gamesa’s ETES, Montenegro goes coal-free for 10 days, EC Albania report

Most Read in June: Siemens Gamesa’s ETES, Montenegro goes coal-free for 10 days, EC Albania report

Most Read in June: Siemens Gamesa’s ETES, Montenegro goes coal-free for 10 days, EC Albania report. Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has put into operation the world’s first electrothermal energy storage system (ETES), which makes it possible to store large quantities of energy cost-effectively, decoupling electricity generation and use.

Vestas retakes turbine top spot from Siemens Gamesa

Vestas retakes turbine top spot from Siemens Gamesa

It claimed that although China installs a large number of turbines each year, they are installed “almost exclusively in China”. It added that only a small number of firms install outside of China.

Siemens Sees a Future for Electric Trucks Powered by Overhead Lines

Siemens Sees a Future for Electric Trucks Powered by Overhead Lines

GTM: Does Siemens view the eHighway/overhead line hybrid trucks technology as a replacement for, or complementary to, all-electric heavy-duty trucks powered by batteries alone?

Germany is opening its first electric highway for trucks

Germany is opening its first electric highway for trucks

Developed by Siemens (SIEGY), the system allows big rigs with special equipment mounted on their roofs to connect to electrified lines while traveling at speeds of up to 90 kilometers per hour (56 miles per hour).The trucks run on electric motors when connected to the overhead lines, and a hybrid system when they return to a traditional road.

Siemens to Spin Off Gas and Power Division, Merge it With Wind Turbine Supplier SGRE

Siemens to Spin Off Gas and Power Division, Merge it With Wind Turbine Supplier SGRE

Siemens will spin off its struggling energy division and merge it with separately listed wind turbine supplier Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE), creating a new multi-technology global energy powerhouse.

The ten biggest projects in European offshore wind powe

The ten biggest projects in European offshore wind powe

This £2.5bn ($3.3bn) project in the UK North Sea received a contract for difference (CfD) back in February 2015 at a strike price of £119.89/MWh. Owner Iberdrola and developer ScottishPower Renewables (a unit of Iberdrola) have begun construction about 73km off the east coast of England and will install 102 7MW Siemens Gamesa SWT-7.0-154 turbines, with completion expected next year.

The Challenging Path Forward for Western Turbine OEMs in China

The Challenging Path Forward for Western Turbine OEMs in China

News came recently that three western wind turbine manufacturers, namely GE, Siemens Gamesa and Vestas, failed to take a single bite of the 6-gigawatt auction for wind power in Ulanqab, Inner Mongolia. Western turbine OEMs in the Chinese market are faced with growing challenges, according to new research from Wood Mackenzie Power and Renewables.

GE Cedes 1GW of French Offshore Wind Projects to Siemens Gamesa

GE Cedes 1GW of French Offshore Wind Projects to Siemens Gamesa

GE’s withdrawal from the last two EMF projects could hand Siemens Gamesa almost a gigawatt of turbine sales if the smallest plant, the 450-megawatt Courseulles-sur-Mer wind farm, is the first to clear legal hurdles.

Siemens Gamesa is on track with the new SG 10.0-193 DD wind turbine for the world’s first zero subsidy offshore wind farm

Siemens Gamesa is on track with the new SG 10.0-193 DD wind turbine for the world’s first zero subsidy offshore wind farm

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) and Vattenfall are collaborating to realize the supply of wind turbines at these offshore wind power plants being developed in Dutch waters. Siemens Gamesa is in final negotiations to be awarded the contract for the SG 10.0-193 DD offshore wind turbines for the HKZ 1&2 project.

The Path Forward for Senvion

The Path Forward for Senvion

Senvion had fallen behind its peers in the offshore sector as a host of 6+ MW turbines from Siemens, Vestas and Alstom had hit the market with those same companies already concocting plans for the current generation of 8+ megawatt units.

HVDC Line Could Carry Iowa's Wind Energy to Eastern Markets

HVDC Line Could Carry Iowa's Wind Energy to Eastern Markets

A group that includes a unit of Siemens has acquired a planned project to build a nearly 350-mile-long, 2,100 megawatt (MW), high voltage direct current (HVDC) electric transmission line to link wind energy resources in Iowa with demand load centers in the eastern U.S.The 525 kilovolt (kv) project would cost around $2.5 billion and could enter service by 2024.

Siemens Buys Transmission Line to Take Iowa Wind to the Eastern Grid

Siemens Buys Transmission Line to Take Iowa Wind to the Eastern Grid

"It is expensive, but that might be one of the only ways you can get big transmission projects done in the U.S. any more," Schauer said of the underground approach.

Siemens, EPBiH sign contracts worth EUR 69 million for Podveležje wind farm

Siemens, EPBiH sign contracts worth EUR 69 million for Podveležje wind farm

Siemens, EPBiH sign contracts worth EUR 69 million for Podveležje wind farm Photo: EPBiH State power utility Elektroprivreda BiH (EPBiH) and a consortium led by Croatia-based Siemens Gamesa have signed two agreements, worth some EUR 69 million, on the construction and five-year maintenance of 15 wind turbines at the Podveležje wind farm, with a total installed capacity of 48 MW, according to a statement from EPBiH.

Siemens to Supply Motors for Eviation’s All-Electric Airplanes

Siemens to Supply Motors for Eviation’s All-Electric Airplanes

Israeli startup Eviation Aircraft and Siemens announced yesterday they will jointly develop propulsion systems for the Alice, Eviation’s nine-passenger all-electric regional commuter plane. Siemens will supply low-weight, high-power electric motors for the plane, which will conduct its first test flight later this year at Eviation’s U.S. headquarters in Prescott, Arizona.

Vestas extends lead as big four dominate wind turbine manufacturing in 2018

Vestas extends lead as big four dominate wind turbine manufacturing in 2018

The focus of BNEF’s new figures, however, was the increasingly centralised role being played by the top four wind turbine manufacturers – Denmark’s Vestas, China’s Goldwind, the United States’ GE Renewable Energry, and Spain’s Siemens Gamesa.

Siemens, Gamesa launches 10 MW offshore wind turbine

Siemens, Gamesa launches 10 MW offshore wind turbine

wind Germany Siemens, Gamesa launches 10 MW offshore wind turbine Robin Whitlock The 10 MW rating has been achieved through the incorporation of a larger diameter generator, building on the SGRE Direct Drive Generator technology.

Scottish ROV firm wins seven-figure Moray East Windfarm deal

Scottish ROV firm wins seven-figure Moray East Windfarm deal

A Scottish-headquartered remotely operated vehicle (ROV) firm has announced a seven-figure deal with the Moray East Offshore Windfarm project. The 950 megawatt (MW) Moray East Offshore Windfarm confirmed a number of multi-million pound contracts with Siemens, Boskalis and MHI Vestas.

Siemens Gamesa Looks to Cut Offshore Wind Foundation Costs by 30%

Siemens Gamesa Looks to Cut Offshore Wind Foundation Costs by 30%

The turbine maker said it was working with Aalborg University of Copenhagen, Denmark, on a five-year offshore wind cost reduction project called i4Offshore, which is being funded by the European Union to the tune of €20 million (USD $23 million).