Generators – generating power reliably and efficiently

Generators

The range for the industrial environment includes high and low voltage, diesel and turbine-driven generators. Here, we leverage the wealth of experience in building electrical machinery up to 100 MW, where for decades, we have been technological pacemaker and No. 1 in the global market. The result: Quality that you can depend on, and a high energy yield for your plant or system. For many years now, Siemens wind generators have enjoyed a No. 1 position in the global market. Over 40,000 of these generators are reliably generating power around the globe.

Our portfolio

No matter whether it involves wind turbine systems, industrial applications or power station technology: Siemens generators ensure maximum energy yield, reliably and efficiently. Wind turbine generators are available in a seamless range up to 10 MW, generators for the industrial environment, up to 35 MVA and higher.
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Industrial generators

SIGENTICS industrial generators – Reliable power for each and every application

Irrespective of whether on board a ship or oil platform, in an industrial plant, emergency power system, hydroelectric, diesel, gas or steam power plant:
SIGENTICS industrial generators from Siemens represent the perfect solution wherever power has to be generated quickly, reliably and with a high efficiency. 
SIGENTICS industrial generators seamlessly address a power range from 300 kVA to over 35 MVA for all applications. The range includes high- and low-voltage generators, diesel gensets, small hydro and turbine-driven generators. SIGENTICS industrial generators are synchronous and boast the highest degrees of stability – even under extreme ambient conditions. Other distinctive features include low maintenance costs, as well as low vibration and noise levels.

Wind generators

Wind generators

With our generator systems for wind turbines, we take a leading position in the world market for decades. After all, they stand for customized quality that ensures maximum energy yield and maximum system availability.