Abu Dhabi has its first LEED Platinum building with the official opening of the Siemens headquarters at the ridiculously sustainable Masdar City development.
Cape Wind and Siemens finalize a deal for 130, 3.6-megawatt wind turbines, and Siemens says a $100 million equity stake in the project is likely.
Work reportedly has begun on Cape Wind, potentially qualifying the offshore wind project for a big tax credit, but its fate remains somewhat uncertain.
A Siemens factory in Fort Madison, Iowa, will be humming again, making the blades for 448 giant wind turbines.
Environmentally friendly nuclear weapons testing.
Siemens talks about some of the technology it contributed to the DA36 E-Star 2, the second generation of a new serial hybrid electric aircraft.
Ocotillo wind farm in California, where a turbine blade fell off in May, is returning to operation after Siemens pinpoints an “adhesive bonding failure.”
A new rail line in Portland will be the first in the U.S. to use a Siemens unit that stores energy absorbed from braking trains.
Speed and more energy efficient locomotives bound for Amtrak service in the Northeast begin rolling off the assembly line in Sacramento.
A 173-foot-long blade breaks off a Siemens wind turbine at a Southern California wind farm, leading the company to curtail operations worldwide.