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Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy GmbH & Co. KG

Beim Strohhause 17-31DE20097Hamburg
Phone:+49 (0)40 822 11 80 00
We make real what matters – Clean energy for generations to come

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy offers onshore and offshore products as well as leading maintenance and repair services for making renewable energy affordable and reliable.


Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy is a global leader in the wind energy industry. With an installed capacity of more than 124 GW worldwide, we produce and install onshore and offshore wind turbines. We also offer a wide range of services.

Siemens Gamesa unlocks the power of wind. For more than 40 years, we have been a pioneer and leader of the wind industry, and today our team of more than 27,000 colleagues works at the center of the global energy revolution to tackle the most significant challenge of our generation – the climate crisis.

We have successfully executed projects in more than 90 countries. Our broad product portfolio includes both onshore and offshore technologies, maintenance and repair services. The headquarters in Germany is located in Hamburg. Contact persons for your onshore projects can be found in your vicinity throughout Germany.

Onshore: Innovations for optimum yield and sustainability
With the Siemens Gamesa 5.X we take your annual energy production to new heights. The turbine models SG 6.6-155 and SG 6.6-170 with a flexible output of between 5.6 MW and 6.6 MW and the lowest electricity generation costs set new standards. At WindEnergy in Hamburg, Siemens Gamesa presented not only the RecyclableBlade for onshore turbines but also a further development of the SG 6.6-170, which achieves a rated output of 7.0 MW at Class IIA sites. 

The highly flexible design enables customized solutions and makes the platform, for which 35 year full service contracts are available, extremely successful with an order volume of more than 4,400 MW worldwide of which more than 200 MW in Germany.
The first projects in Brazil and Sweden have started commercial operation. In Germany, the premiere of the Siemens Gamesa 5.X is expected in fall 2022 at the Nortorf II wind park in Elbmarsch. As one of many projects being realized via a framework agreement with Schleswig-Holstein Wind GmbH, it underlines the close and trustworthy cooperation as well as the strong local network we maintain with our partners and customers.

Together we can master any challenge and find individual solutions for all wind classes and site conditions.

Always on site: our Service for every wind park
Our service teams are on standby at 20 locations across Germany wherever the wind blows, servicing a fleet of around 1,600 onshore wind turbines.

To reduce downtime due to maintenance calls, we rely on digital solutions: Thanks to remote diagnostics and algorithm-based operational optimization, our services offer you the decisive advantage in profitability. In addition, we offer the latest digital technologies, such as rotor blade analysis using drones, or our Smart Aviation Lights for needs-based night-time marking in accordance with current legislation.

We are continuously working to improve our service offering. In doing so, we benefit from our many years of experience in servicing Bonus, Siemens Wind Power, Adwen, Gamesa and Senvion turbines. In the growth market of Multibrand, we are building on this heritage to constantly expand our services to competently and reliably serve every service request, regardless of the turbine manufacturer. Your satisfaction and the availability of your wind farms are our daily motivation.

Unlocking the green hydrogen revolution
With our research projects H2Mare and "Brande Hydrogen" we are leading the way to a climate-neutral energy supply. The production of green hydrogen will provide an additional source of revenue for existing wind and solar parks as well as new projects. The potential is just as high as the necessity. Because in combination with a significantly accelerated expansion of renewable energies, green hydrogen production is not only indispensable to fight the climate crisis, but it also makes us independent of imports of fossil fuels and thus secures supply at stable prices.

more data:
  • Founded: 1976
  • Sales: € 10.2 billion (end of the financial year 2021)
  • Employees: 27,000