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Siemens and Gamesa to Merge Wind Businesses to Create a Leading Wind Power Player

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  • Siemens and Gamesa have signed binding agreements to merge Siemens' wind business with Gamesa
  • Businesses are highly complementary with regard to markets, products and technology and will create great value to customers and shareholders
  • Siemens to hold a 59 percent stake and consolidate the merged company and existing Gamesa shareholders to hold 41 percent
  • Gamesa shareholders to receive a cash payment of €3.75 per share funded by Siemens
  • Annual EBIT synergies of around €230 million expected
  • The combined company will have its legal domicile and global headquarters in Spain and will remain listed in Spain; headquarters for the onshore division will be in Spain and for the offshore division will be in Germany and Denmark
  • Merged company will maintain its strong presence in current markets
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  • Siemens and Gamesa have signed binding agreements to merge Siemens' wind business with Gamesa
  • Businesses are highly complementary with regard to markets, products and technology and will create great value to customers and shareholders
  • Siemens to hold a 59 percent stake and consolidate the merged company and existing Gamesa shareholders to hold 41 percent
  • Gamesa shareholders to receive a cash payment of €3.75 per share funded by Siemens
  • Annual EBIT synergies of around €230 million expected
  • The combined company will have its legal domicile and global headquarters in Spain and will remain listed in Spain; headquarters for the onshore division will be in Spain and for the offshore division will be in Germany and Denmark
  • Merged company will maintain its strong presence in current markets

Siemens and Valeo Join Forces for Global Leadership in Powertrains for Electric Cars

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  • Form a 50:50 joint venture in high-voltage powertrains for electric cars
  • Strong partners with complementary scope and portfolio
  • New joint venture becomes strong player in the fast growing market of automotive electrification
  • Focus to provide innovative and affordable high-voltage components and systems for electric cars in global mass markets
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  • Form a 50:50 joint venture in high-voltage powertrains for electric cars
  • Strong partners with complementary scope and portfolio
  • New joint venture becomes strong player in the fast growing market of automotive electrification
  • Focus to provide innovative and affordable high-voltage components and systems for electric cars in global mass markets

Siemens' New Corporate Headquarters, Munich

Environmental friendliness and energy efficiency are playing a key role: the new building will meet the world's highest sustainability standards.
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Construction of the new Siemens headquarters building at Wittelsbacherplatz in Munich is virtually complete. When it opens its doors in 2016, the building will provide a modern, inspiring work environment for up to 1,200 employees. Environmental friendliness and energy efficiency are playing a key role: the new building will meet the world's highest sustainability standards. In 2010, Siemens and the city of Munich announced the launch of the construction project and organized an architectural competition.

Join the 2016 #CleanEnergyU Earth Day Dialogue

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April 22, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Join the 2016 #CleanEnergyU virtual Twitter dialogue this Earth Day, April 22 from 12-4 ET, where students and national clean energy and White House leaders will engage directly in conversation with each one another.  They will share creative ideas on delivering the Paris promise of a future “well below 2 degrees.”

Siemens and Airbus Sign Long-Term Cooperation Agreement in the Field of Hybrid Electric Propulsion Systems

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  • Both companies take significant joint development decision
  • Assemble joint development team of some 200 employees
  • Target: breakthrough innovation in aerospace e-mobility
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  • Both companies take significant joint development decision
  • Assemble joint development team of some 200 employees
  • Target: breakthrough innovation in aerospace e-mobility

What Makes Large Cities More Livable and Helps People Navigate Them Smoothly?

Zhuhai's intelligent traffic management system (TMS) by Siemens makes traffic smoother. Its comprehensive traffic information platform makes the city easier to navigate and more livable.
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Siemens built a green traffic intelligent system specifically for Zhuhai, which creatively combines the green traffic concept with the traffic management system, and helps Zhuhai to be a world leading intelligent, green, environment friendly city.

Click here to learn more about green traffic and smart travel in Zhuhai.

Siemens Proves Pioneer Position Delivering Green Solutions in the Shipbuilding Industry

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Scandinavia is the first region in the world to rely increasingly on battery-powered, and thus environmentally friendly, technologies in the shipbuilding industry. After "Ampere", the world's first electrical ferry in Norway, Siemens has received a follow-up order of the Finnish shipping company FinFerries. Ampere was put into operation in Norway in May 2015, and has traveled a distance equivalent to more than 1.5 times around the equator. With the change from diesel propulsion to battery, Norwegian ship owner Norled has reduced the cost of fuel by 60 percent.

Green Means Go

Thanks to a prioritization system, the traffic lights automatically turn green for Böblingen’s bus, fire and rescue vehicles.
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Air pollution, congested streets, stressed-out motorists – in the competition for a better quality of life and economic strength cities are looking for affordable solutions to make their public transportation systems more appealing. Böblingen, a German city in Baden-Wuerttemberg with approximately 47,000 residents, is one of them.

Energy Solutions from the Think Tank

by Moritz Gathmann
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More and more people live in cities, and their consumption of energy is growing. Technical University of Munich professor Thomas Auer and his students are looking for ways of encouraging people to save energy without impairing their quality of life. Smart buildings like the new Siemens HQ in Munich show what can be done.

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More and more people live in cities, and their consumption of energy is growing. Technical University of Munich professor Thomas Auer and his students are looking for ways of encouraging people to save energy without impairing their quality of life. Smart buildings like the new Siemens HQ in Munich show what can be done.

Siemens Stiftung, Civil Society Centre of the Zeppelin University Present IRENE I SEE Findings: “Entrepreneurial Solutions for Social Challenges”

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How to combat poverty through markets? What is the social aspect of a company and how does it relate to its economic function? How are social enterprises changing the landscape of development cooperation and how are they influencing local projects? To explore these and other questions and to provide decision-making support for those in the field, Siemens Stiftung together with Zeppelin University in Friedrichshafen founded the International Research Network for Social Economic Empowerment (IRENE I SEE) for socio-economic analyses.

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