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Munich, Mar 17, 2017
Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser has accompanied German Chancellor Merkel on her visit to US President Donald Trump today as part of Merkel's business delegation. On their visit to the White House, Kaeser was joined by Siemens USA CEO Judy Marks and one of Siemens' apprentices Chad Robinson.
Berlin, Mar 22, 2017
Berlin hosts Europe's first ever multi-energy filling station, which supplies hydrogen produced from wind power and solar energy. Find out about the Siemens automation solution used for "green refueling".
New York, Mar 16, 2017
Ilkin Alpay came to prominence last year as the winner of the Siemens Opera Contest in Turkey. Now the young soprano has made it to the world's premier concert hall. So her appearance in New York is the high point of her experience to date, and it's down to support from the Siemens Arts Program.
Munich, Mar 13, 2017
The merger of Siemens' Wind Power business and Gamesa has today received unconditional clearance from the European competition authorities. Subject to pending closing actions, Siemens and Gamesa expect to close the merger early April, after the registration of the merged entity in the Vizcaya Companies Register.
Munich, Mar 08, 2017
For more than 23 years Mary Green is working as a welder for Siemens in Houston, Texas. She is the only female among more than two-hundred co-workers. But neither gender nor the heat is a problem for Mary. Find out which Siemens moment made the octuple granny particularly proud.
Berlin, Mar 02, 2017
German President Joachim Gauck visited Siemens' Gas Turbine Factory in Berlin. He toured the plant together with Siemens representatives: Janina Kugel, Managing Board member and chief human resources officer; Willi Meixner, CEO of the Power and Gas Division, Jan-Marc Lischka, Head of the Gas Turbine Plant. The factory tour was followed by a roundtable discussion on social partnership in Germany.
Munich, Mar 02, 2017
On March 2nd, 2017, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser and further high-ranking representatives witnessed the symbolic inauguration of the first phase of Siemens' megaproject in Egypt. The event marked an important milestone towards the completion of the project, which will boost the country's power generation capacity by 45 percent when finished.