Financing for the 202-megawatt project in Texas is projected to be finalized by the second quarter.
Projects will focus on residential demand response and load shifting.
A revamped Sinumerik CNC portfolio introduces integrated solutions to enhance machine tool building.
They’ll replace some of the current U2 Siemens vehicles from the 1980s.
Replacing Peter Loescher after missed profits targets.
$2.6B offshore wind farm a first for the US, but faces entrenched opposition.
Variation order worth $440 million for high-speed coaches.
Blades and towers made in Ontario, up to 500 new construction jobs.
Trench subsidiary will produce oil insulated instrument transformers.
A scalable line for automation applications.
System being tested at a DOCOMO R&D Centre test site in Japan’s Yokosuka Research Park.
Latest probe follows the EU’s investigation into whether Beijing was improperly subsidizing exports for solar panels.
Booz & Co. suggests leading companies are growing through the educated women in emerging markets
Siemens Canada is now producing SINVERT solar inverters for Ontario’s clean energy market at its Burlington plant, which should lead to 50 new skilled jobs.
The Canadian Auto Workers union is not happy with Siemens Canada’s decision to build a new wind turbine blade manufacturing plant in Tillsonburg, Ont. rather than doing the production at the company’s Hamilton plant, destined to close in July.