In the coming weeks, the legal name of Senvion Deutschland GmbH and its subsidiaries will be renamed Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy Service. For Brazil, Ricardo de Castilho Agostini (email@example.com) is appointed Encarregado/Data Protection Officer. 1976: Gamesa is founded under the name Grupo Auxiliar Metalúrgico and works on the management of industrial projects and technologies for emerging companies. The company changed its name in 1983 from Danregn Vindkraft to Bonus Energy, a simpler name for the English-speaking North American market.   In order to comply with Siemens Gamesa`s legal obligations (Art. 6 Para. 1 lit. c GDPR), Siemens Gamesa processes your personal data: As part of our efforts to protect your data, we will only share your personal data with our affiliates if necessary and after your consent has been given or if we are legally permitted to do so. We only share your personal data with Siemens Gamesa subsidiaries in third countries that have adopted and implemented our Binding Corporate Rules (BCRs) for the protection of personal data.
Since 9 January 2020, Senvion`s European land services business has been part of Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy. This date also marked the beginning of the integration of Senvion`s terrestrial services business into Siemens Gamesa. 2009: DONG Energy (now Oersted) and Siemens Wind Power announce the largest offshore wind supply contract ever signed for 1,800 MW. 1986: Gamesa begins operating in the aerospace sector. 1982: Bonus Energy delivers its first turbines to the US market. In early 2015, Siemens announced that it had reached agreements to build GW capacity wind turbines in Egypt and to build a rotor blade plant in Egypt as part of a major power generation contract.   In June 2015, the €8 billion, 16.4 GW energy development contract was signed, including a rotor blade plant with about 1,000 workers in Ain Sukhna and 12 wind farms (600 turbines, 2 GW) in the Gulf of Suez and the West Nile regions of Egypt.  The company is characterized by its SG 14.0-222 wind turbine, the largest variant based on the Siemens D7 platform and the largest wind turbine in the world. The main competitors are the General Electric Haliade-X and the MHI-Vestas V164.  Do you need more information or have specific questions about our press and media activities? Do not hesitate to contact us. We are happy to take care of your request. In 2017, Areva sold its stake in Adwen to Gamesa after announcing the merger of Gamesa and Siemens Wind Power.  The history of Siemens Wind Power A/S began in 1980, when the Danish irrigation system manufacturer Danregn diversified into the wind turbine sector. The first wind turbines were machines with rotor diameters of about 10 m (33 ft) with generator capacities of 20 to 30 kW (27 to 40 hp).    In 1981, the wind business was split into the newly founded Danregn Vindkraft A/S, founded by Peter Stubkjær Sørensen and Egon Kristensen in Brande, Denmark, with a capital of 300,000 crowns. The company`s product was a turbine with a blade diameter of 55 kW (74 hp) and 15 m (49 ft).     Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy S.A., formerly Gamesa Corporación Tecnológica S.A. (Spanish pronunciation: [ɡaˈmesa koɾpoɾaˈθjon teɣnoˈloxika]) and Grupo Auxiliar Metalúrgico S.A., is a Spanish-German wind energy company based in Zamudio, Biscay, Spain. It manufactures wind turbines and provides onshore and offshore wind services. It is the second largest wind turbine manufacturer in the world.  2002: Bonus Energy opens its blade factory in Aalborg, Denmark, introducing a blade technology called IntegralBlade®. 1981: Bonus Energy builds its first turbine with 22 kW and 10 m blade diameter (which was still producing electricity in 2016!).
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