The combination of robust and reliable turbines, highly efficient solutions for power transmission and distribution, and a deep understanding of the entire energy market ensures that Siemens will continue to take the wind power industry to new levels.
Long-lasting customer relationships – based on a track record of successful, reliable project deliveries – provide a sound, sustainable, and profitable investment. Drawing on more than 30 years of experience in the wind power industry, a strong focus on renewables, and a global network of highly skilled and trained employees, Siemens has proven itself to be a trustworthy and reliable business partner and will continue to do so in the future.
With an increasing number of turbines being installed at inland, coastal, and offshore sites, reliability and best-in-class maintenance under challenging conditions are essential for optimising the return on investment throughout a project’s lifecycle.
Over the past 30 years, Siemens has accumulated millions of hours of service experience. Drawing on this substantial knowledge, the company has established a flexible range of service solutions that are designed to optimise the output of wind turbines.
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Health and safety in the workplace is the topic of this lesson. Having underlined the critical importance of workplace incidents to economic and social wellbeing, the ‘Siemens Zero Harm’ policy is described. This highly effective strategy is the legacy of Werner von Siemens, founder of the famous global engineering company.
Wind power has been the most rapidly growing form of energy in Ireland over the past ten years; installed capacity has risen from about 600 MW (in 2004) to 2190 MW (in 2014). Wind power is generally greatest in Ireland during winter when the demand is highest − in contrast to solar power.