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Siemens won the first offshore wind power order in China

Siemens' energy business recently won the first order in China's offshore wind power market, providing 21 wind turbines with a power of 2.3 megawatts (MW) for Jiangsu Rudong offshore demonstration project, and the impeller diameter of each turbine is 101 meters. The owner of the project is Jiangsu Offshore Longyuan Wind Power Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Longyuan Power Group Co., Ltd., one of the world's largest wind power developers. As the first offshore wind power order won by Siemens in China, the project with an installed capacity of 50000 kW (50MW) is a major breakthrough of Siemens in the field of renewable energy. What can affect the accuracy of cement strength? The project is expected to be put into commercial operation by the end of 2011. The scope of supply of the contract covers the 5-year maintenance service agreement. This marks another milestone in the process of helping China achieve sustainable development. Said Cheng Meiwei, President and CEO of Siemens (China) Co., Ltd

Siemens has installed more than 600 wind turbines in European waters, with a total installed capacity of more than 1.8 million kW (1800MW), and is a well deserved leader in the offshore wind power market. At the same time, we also clearly see offshore wind power opportunities in shallow water areas around China's coastal power load centers, said Shao Jieshi, CEO of Siemens' wind power business unit. According to the relevant analysis of the Renewable Energy Professional Committee of China Association for comprehensive utilization of resources, China will vigorously develop the offshore wind power business, with an installed capacity of 5GW in 2015 and 30GW in 2020. This order is an important step for Siemens to enter China's fast-growing wind power market. Shaojieshi added. The total installed capacity of onshore wind power in China has exceeded 44gw, with a growth rate of more than 73% in the past three years, and has become the largest wind power market in the world

as an integral part of Siemens' globalization strategy, Siemens established offshore wind power departments in the UK, Germany, the United States and China in 2010. 201 the dynamic stiffness of metal parts is basically the same as the static stiffness. In November, Siemens completed its first blade manufacturing plant in Shanghai. In the spring of 2011, the engine room plant was also put into operation in Shanghai

wind power is part of Siemens' environmental business portfolio. In fiscal year 2010, the total revenue of Siemens' environmental protection related business portfolio was about 28billion euros, making Siemens the largest supplier of environmental protection technology in the world. At the same time, our products and solutions have helped customers reduce carbon dioxide emissions by up to 2.7 billion tons, equivalent to the combined annual carbon dioxide emissions of six major cities in Hong Kong, London, New York, Tokyo, Delhi and Singapore

Siemens in China

Siemens enjoys extensive popularity in China and is a deeply loved and respected corporate citizen. As early as 1872, Siemens provided China with the first pointer telegraph, which made it the first multinational enterprise pioneer to cooperate with China, especially when the honeycomb core and skin were produced from the same thermoplastic polymer. For more than 100 years, Siemens has been unique in the industry with its outstanding technical achievements, unremitting pursuit of innovation, outstanding quality and reliability. So far, Siemens has established about 90 operating enterprises and more than 60 regional offices in China, covering all business areas of Siemens, such as industry, energy and healthcare. Siemens' regional offices and organizations throughout China enable the company to better grasp the pulse of the market, understand local information, and more effectively meet customer needs. With more than 43000 high-quality employees in China, Siemens is one of the foreign-invested enterprises with the largest number of employees in China, and has become an integral part of China's economy. Siemens has the world's largest portfolio of environmental related businesses. Today, Siemens has fully invested this business portfolio in its cooperation with China, demonstrating its firm determination to help China achieve sustainable development

this will undoubtedly enhance the utilization of 3D printing prototypes and components in the aerospace field. Siemens' energy business field is the world's leading supplier, providing a series of complete products, services and solutions for power generation, transmission and distribution, as well as the exploitation, conversion and transmission of oil and natural gas. In fiscal year 2009 (based on international financial reporting standards, ending on September 30), Siemens' energy department generated a total revenue of about 25.8 billion euros, obtained a total value of new orders of about 30 billion euros, and declared profits of 3.3 billion euros. As of fiscal year 2009, siemens energy had 85100 employees

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