Siemens Energy AG operates as an energy technology company worldwide. It operates in two segments, Gas and Power; and Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy. The company provides gas and steam turbines, generators, gas engines, instrumentation and controls, and electrical systems, as well as performance enhancement, maintenance, customer training, and professional consulting services for central and distributed power generation; and power and distribution transformers, air and gas-insulated switchgears, circuit breakers, surge arresters, disconnectors, bushings, instrument transformers, coils, bundles, transmission systems, and digitalized products for power transmission. It also offers products, integrated systems, and solutions comprising rotating equipment, integrated drivetrain systems, electrification, automation, and digital solutions for on and offshore, marine, and fiber industries, as well as for oil and gas, and distributed generation applications, such as food and beverages, minerals and metals, industrial parks, and municipalities; and water treatment solutions. In addition, the company provides electrolyzer-based power-to-hydrogen systems and services; electrolyzer-based power-to-hydrogen and power-to-liquids solutions and services; electrolyzer-integrating energy system design; and power-to-X related digital services and optimization solutions. Further, it offers onshore wind turbine design, manufacturing, and installation solutions for onshore markets; offshore wind turbine equipment design, manufacturing, and installation solutions; and operation, management, and maintenance services for wind turbines. The company serves utilities, independent power producers, project developers, financial investors, oil and gas players, transmission and distribution system operators, and industrial and infrastructure customers. Siemens Energy AG was founded in 1866 and is based in Munich, Germany.
Utilities—Independent Power Producers
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Siemens' energy unit spinoff lags expectations in market debut
German industrial giant Siemens on Monday spun off its energy division, with a below-expectations valuation of 16 billion euros, in one of the largest stock market debuts in Europe this year.