Siemens will participate in the upcoming American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) WINDPOWER 2015 Conference & Exhibition in Orlando (May 18 – 21), showcasing its comprehensive portfolio of products and services for the U.S. & North American wind industry.
Siemens Managing Board Member Lisa Davis will deliver a keynote address at the opening general session on the Tuesday, and several Siemens executives representing a range of the company’s wind power business units will participate in the conference.
Siemens will be featuring a two-story booth in the exhibit hall (Booth #2522), equipped with interactive applications that allow visitors to learn more about the company’s latest technology, service offerings and financing solutions.
Siemens AWEA speaking schedule highlights:
- Lisa Davis, Managing Board Member, Siemens AG – Tuesday, May 19 at 8:30 AM: delivers keynote address in Opening General Session. Davis will discuss how the current world of $50 barrel oil will impact the wind industry and the role of wind power in the U.S. energy mix.
- Billy Watts, CEO, Wind Service Americas – Wednesday, May 20 at 1:30 PM: participates in Turbine Maintenance: Marathon or a Sprint?
- Mike Revak, VP of Execution, Siemens Wind Power Onshore Americas – Thursday, May 21 at 1:30 PM: participates in Large Turbine Manufacturer Forum
Siemens has 30 years of global experience in onshore wind projects and is one of the world’s leading suppliers of onshore wind power solutions. With more than 5,000 highly efficient and reliable wind turbines installed in the U.S., Siemens offers solutions to meet both energy and environmental needs.
Siemens strives to drive down the cost of wind power with innovations in blade design and generator technology that boost efficiency. At the same time, systematic modularization allows Siemens to streamline the entire manufacturing and installation process. Moreover, Siemens offers integrated solutions and services to meet both energy and environmental needs. Siemens’ network of wind service technicians is dedicated to keeping any turbine running optimally throughout its entire life cycle.