“When SGRE-made Wind Turbines Will Wind Up With The Russian Wind?” Webinar

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Webinar rescheduled for July 18!

On July 18, 2019, a webinar is being held online with the participation of the Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy’s CEO (the Russian division).

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy is one of the world’s leading renewable energy industry companies. SGRE is present in more than 90 countries of the world, and it’s complex presence includes the development, manufacturing, installation of onshore and offshore wind turbines, and the company’s advanced service solutions help make clean energy more accessible and reliable. As of today, the total capacity of the equipment installed by the company worldwide is over 89 GW.

What matters are going to be covered?

  • Localization of the SGRE-made wind turbines manufacture in Russia
  • The company’s strategic roadmap and prospects for further development
  • Special aspects of interaction with local suppliers and partners
  • Wind turbine components production management

Who is hosting the webinar?

Igor Scherer – Managing Director Russia, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy

Date held: July 18, 2019

Duration: from 11-00 a.m. until 12-00 p.m. (Moscow time)

Post-webinar, RAWI’s YouTube channel will contain the footage of the webinar.

In case you miss the online broadcast, we will send a custom link to all the registered participants, following which you can watch the recording.

Care to know the special aspects of the wind turbines production management?

We look forward to see you at the webinar!

Looking back, on September 5, 2018, Siemens Game Renewable Energy and Siemens Tekhnologii Gazovykh Turbin, LLC (STGT) signed an agreement on the assembly of 3.4 MW wind turbines in Russia. The production of the wind generators will be launched at the STGT’s site of in Gorelovo (St. Petersburg).

The production is scheduled to commence in August 2019. The wind turbines will be produced for the technological partner of the company, the Italy-based Enel, for the construction of three wind farms in Russia: the Azov wind farm in the Rostov Oblast (90 MW); a wind farm in the Murmansk Oblast (201 MW); and the Rodnikovskiy wind farm (71.25 MW) in the Stavropol Krai. It is planned to finish the construction of the wind farms in 2020, 2021 and 2024, respectively.


Should you have any questions, please contact the coordinator:
Nina Kovalenko
e-mail: kovalenko@rawi.ru
phone +7 (495) 134 68 88
mobile +7 (978) 841 22 39 (Viber, WhatsApp)

Please note, that the RAWI encourages all its members to use the opportunity of hosted webinars to expand the knowledge of market participants about their services and expand their client base.

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