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The first ever wind turbine blades manufactured at Siemens (now Siemens Gamesa) blade factory in Hull have been loaded onto A2SEA’s wind turbine installation vessel Sea Installer at the Port of Hull and are en route to the Race Bank site for installation.
There is no doubt about even bigger offshore wind turbines than we have today hitting the market over the next several years, according to Bent Christensen, Senior Vice President at Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy.
Siemens Gamesa and DONG Energy have signed an agreement for the supply and maintenance of 94 8MW turbines at the 752MW Borssele 1 and 2 offshore wind farms being developed in Dutch waters.
Siemens Gamesa has held its first shareholders general meeting since creation of the new company deriving from the merger between Gamesa and Siemens Wind Power which closed last April.
Following the 497-megawatt (MW) order for the EnBW Hohe See offshore wind farm, EnBW has also awarded Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy with the installation of the neighboring 112MW EnBW Albatros.
Seacat Services and Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy have signed a 2-year charter deal to support early Operations & Maintenance (O&M) activity at the 336MW Galloper wind farm off Suffolk.
At a meeting held on 8 May, the Board of Directors of Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy appointed Markus Tacke as the company's new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) with Michael Hannibal, previously CEO of the offshore division at Siemens Wind Power, now CEO of Siemens Gamesa's offshore business.
Peterson Chemicals has secured a second logistics contract with Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy.
Markus Tacke, previously CEO of Siemens Wind Power, will head the Offshore business at the new company established by Siemens and Gamesa – Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy.
The merger between Gamesa and Siemens Wind Power has become effective as of 3 April, after the registration of the combined company in the Mercantile Registry of Biscay, in Spain.
The European Commission has cleared unconditionally under the EU Merger Regulation the proposed acquisition of wind turbine manufacturer Gamesa by Siemens.
The European Commission will decide on the Siemens-Gamesa merger by 13 March. The deal involves Gamesa absorbing Siemens’s wind power assets in exchange for newly-issued shares in Gamesa, with Siemens owning 59% of the new company and Iberdrola retaining an 8% interest.
Gamesa's shareholders representing 99.75% of the company's share capital ratified the merger with Siemens Wind Power during an Extraordinary General Meeting held in Zamudio, Spain, on 25 October. Through this transaction, Gamesa will absorb Siemens's wind power assets in exchange for newly-issued shares in Gamesa. Siemens will own 59% of the new company, while Iberdrola will retain […]
Areva is set to sell its stake in Adwen to Siemens and Gamesa on Wednesday, Le Figaro reported. The 50% share Areva holds in the offshore wind turbine maker Adwen, a joint venture between Areva and Spain’s Gamesa, will be sold for EUR 60 million, according to the French newspaper. As part of the merger agreement between Gamesa […]
Gamesa and Siemens have rejected GE's first bid to buy offshore wind turbine manufacturer Adwen, Reuters cited sources familiar with the matter as saying. However, GE still has an option to improve its bid before the deadline, a source told Reuters. Adwen is a 50-50 joint venture established in March 2015 between Gamesa and France's […]
French energy company Areva has agreed to waive existing contractual restrictions in Gamesa's and Areva's offshore wind joint venture, Adwen, simplifying the merger between Gamesa and Siemens, the binding agreement for which was signed on Friday, 17 June. As part of these agreements, Gamesa - in alignment with Siemens- grants Areva a put option for Areva's 50 […]
Spanish wind turbine maker Gamesa has offered to sell its 50% stake in Adwen to its French joint venture partner Areva to remove the last hurdle standing in way of its recently announced merger with Siemens, Spain's daily Expansion cited unnamed sources as saying. The sources told Expansion that banks are already carrying out financial valuation of the potential […]
Reportedly, Siemens is likely to buy Adwen, a joint venture between Areva and Gamesa, as part of its merger with Gamesa. During these first months of 2016, Siemens and Gamesa have been in final talks over an agreement to merge their wind power businesses and thus make the world's largest wind turbine manufacturer. However, up until now, onshore wind […]
The European Commission has approved, under the EU Merger Regulation, the acquisition of sole control over Veja Mate Offshore Project GmbH by Siemens Project Ventures GmbH, part of the Siemens group. Veja Mate Offshore Project GmbH operates the 402MW Veja Mate offshore wind farm in the German North Sea and is currently owned and controlled by […]
Siemens' Liquid-Immersed Distribution Transformers (LIDT) division has started the production of offshore wind turbine transformers in Jinan, China.
Siemens has supplied four panels of the 8VM1 gas-insulated SF6-free high-voltage switchgear (GIS) to Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy.
Siemens Transmission and Distribution is carrying out commissioning works on the recently installed Offshore Transformer Module (OTM) at the Beatrice offshore wind farm in preparation for the energisation of the system.
Siemens Convergence Creators has signed an eight-year frame agreement with Ørsted for the supply and maintenance of SCADA Networks and Telecommunication Systems for Ørsted's current and future offshore wind farms, with the offshore wind giant immediately placing its first order for Borssele 1 & 2.
Siemens has received an order from EWE Netz GmbH to supply components of a Siharbor shore power supply system in Cuxhaven to be used by, among others, vessels transporting Siemens Gamesa's offshore wind turbine components.
During the development of its new Offshore Transformer Module (OTM), Siemens team “threw away the rulebook” and got the weight down, because stripping the weight means stripping the costs. It removes the need for specialised heavy-lift vessels and allows using vessels already deployed on the field to install turbine foundations.
French nuclear and renewable energy company Areva has finalized the sale of its 50% stake in the offshore turbine manufacturer Adwen to Spain's Gamesa. Gamesa and Areva formed the Adwen joint venture in March 2015, with both companies investing around EUR 200 million, offering two 5MW turbine types (AD 5-135 and AD 5-132 ) and […]