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Munich, Dec 07, 2016
On December 7, 2016, our new CTO Roland Busch and other representatives of the management team explained how Siemens is moving full speed ahead in shaping the digital transformation – with groundbreaking innovations, open collaboration, and ingenious minds. For example they highlighted Siemens strengths in areas such as Siemens software, digital platforms and digital services. In addition they also informed on the current status of the new start-up unit next47.
Erlangen, Dec 09, 2016
Today's groundbreaking ceremony marks the start of the construction of the first module of Siemens Campus Erlangen. A completely new urban district is now set to arise in the southern part of Erlangen, Germany, Siemens' largest location worldwide. Further information about the Siemens Campus, press pictures from the event and a virtual 3D tour can be found here
Munich, Dec 07, 2016
The first steam turbine for the Egypt Megaproject began yesterday its journey from the Siemens factory in Muelheim to the power plant Beni Suef in Egypt. The main components of the 670-ton cargo will be lifted with a heavy-duty crane from the production hall onto a transport vessel standing by at the plant's inland harbor facilities. The vessel will transport the SST-5000 steam turbine from Muelheim to the deep-water port of Antwerp where it will be loaded onto a heavy cargo ship and transported to Egypt.
Munich, Dec 06, 2016
Siemens honors in Munich particularly ingenious researchers as Inventors of the Year. The winners of this year's award – ten scientists from Germany, Austria, the U.S and Denmark – are together responsible for some 558 invention disclosures and 597 individual patents. "Research in the 21st century can't take place in an ivory tower," said Joe Kaeser. "The magic words are 'open innovation' – innovation today is a team sport."
Munich, Dec 01, 2016
In September 2015, Siemens announced its intention to cut the carbon footprint of its operative business in half by 2020 and to become climate neutral by 2030. To achieve this, Siemens is focusing on four different levers: energy efficiency, decentralized energy systems, intelligent e-mobility solutions and the purchasing of clean electricity. Siemens invests €100 million in improving the energy efficiency of its own buildings and production facilities with expected annual savings of about €20 million from 2020 onwards.
Hull, Dec 01, 2016
Today, Siemens has officially inaugurated the new rotor blade factory for offshore wind turbines in Hull, UK, in an event attended by the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Greg Clark and representatives of the local community. Here you find pictures from the event and further information on the new rotor blade factory
Munich / Cuxhaven, Nov 23, 2016
Today Siemens celebrated the topping out ceremony for its new wind turbine manufacturing facility in Cuxhaven, Germany, attended by Parliamentary State Secretary Enak Ferlemann, Lower Saxony's State Secretary of Economic Affairs Daniela Behrens, and the Mayor of Cuxhaven, Dr. Ulrich Getsch.