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Investments in the energy sector often require large amounts of capital to support new and expensive technologies. Customized financial solutions can prove to be a critical step in the path to commercializing efficient technologies for the energy market.
Whether in renewables, conventional power or oil & gas, energy projects often require substantial amounts of money. Funds must be secured in order to move ahead with the various phases of completing such large-scale projects. From planning to purchasing and installing equipment – as well as when obtaining capital needed to train staff for the operation and maintenance of the systems installed – investors are needed to support such projects at every step of the way.
Financing is a critical component. It has been instrumental for us to find the money to build offshore wind farms.
Siemens offers investment solutions ranging from advisory services to debt and equity capital and equipment and technology finance options to help our clients in the energy and natural resource markets address tomorrow’s energy needs today. With a global network of energy finance professionals, the company provides capital and expertise that is backed by more than 160 years of Siemens’ industry innovation, financial strength and diligent risk management, bundled in Siemens Financial Services (SFS).
More than ever, organizations require financial partners that can develop strategic solutions to meet today’s evolving market needs. Siemens is positioned to adjust to a constantly shifting market environment where capital demands are unpredictable. The company supports projects across a wide variety of industries, covering the full scope of a diverse and flexible financing portfolio. When customers purchase Siemens equipment or services, they may be unaware of the diverse financing options Siemens has to offer.
SFS exercises a unique flexibility to invest debt, mezzanine or equity financing and seamlessly shift from debt to equity on the basis of fluctuating project requirements. As the needs of customers shift, SFS continues to tailor its financial solutions to more readily meet today’s market environment. It will continue to demonstrate flexibility based on the capital needs of customers.
The spectrum of Siemens debt solutions ranges from senior secured corporate loans and structured investment financing (like leases and loans) to infrastructure and project financing. In addition, its portfolio includes acquisition and growth financing, typically as syndicated loans.
SFS supports private equity and corporate clients’ needs and strategic goals through senior secured loans that are tailored to all business cycles. It has the strength to structure, underwrite and hold significant positions. SFS offers both floating and fixed rate options, and is capable of a broad range of transaction sizes. SFS also tailors junior capital financing directly for clients, offering a broad suite of integrated financial solutions – including the ability to provide secured first and second lien financing, as well as mezzanine and equity capital.
Through its equity financing, SFS enables projects that promise an appropriate return for Siemens and its coinvestors in terms of the project’s risk profile. Project risk profiles are determined by market risks and project specifics, such as construction and operating risks.
SFS typically reserves equity capital to focus on projects that directly utilize Siemens equipment and services and generally takes a minority interest in a project, investing at financial close of project construction. SFS draws on its extensive track record in equity investment to originate, structure and execute successful investments in the energy markets with an emphasis on generating superior returns in conjunction with its coinvestors.
1,000 MW natural gas power plant in western Pennsylvania required technological and financial support
Siemens supported project construction with a 20% equity investment and supplied H-class power plant technology, including gas turbines, steam turbine and generators
The facility will now be able to supply resource-saving power for over one million households
First Wind sought financing support for its 69 MW wind farm that would provide electric demand for Oahu
Siemens provided $16 million in financing for the project construction
This project empowered the largest developer of renewable energy projects in the state of Hawaii
Pattern Energy Group sought financing support for its 324 MW onshore wind project
Siemens provided a $100 million loan that enabled Pattern to maintain its equity stake in the project
Siemens' financing, equipment & services improved New Mexico's energy production through wind power
Onshore wind facility supplying clean power to some 100,000 homes annually
Commitment to fund up to $80 million of project’s construction financing
Long-term service maintenance, including remote monitoring and diagnostic services
940MW gas-fired combined cycle power plant in Lordstown, Ohio under development
Siemens provided a 27 percent equity investment, accompanied by H-class Flex-Plant technology
Financing & technology from Siemens made Lordstown one of the most efficient power plants on the market