With approximately 1,400 Siemens employees in Florida, and nearly 240 working in the Miami region, Siemens has an extensive footprint in the Sunshine State. To provide efficient intercity travel, Siemens built 16 new trainsets for Brightline, an express rail service that connects Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach and Orlando. Siemens will also service and maintenance the Brightline trains for the next 30 years.
Building Brightline

Next Generation of Rail Manufacturing

The Siemens-built Brightline trainsets power the only privately owned, operated and maintained passenger rail system in the United States.

The trainsets, running from Miami to Orlando, were built in the Siemens rail manufacturing hub in Sacramento. The clean diesel-electric locomotives meet the federal government’s highest emissions standards, and their maintenance supports full-time work for over 100 Siemens and Brightline employees.

From Landfill to Clean Power

Siemens Helps Lake Worth Take Control of its Power Supply

The savings in electricity generated annual pay for the 2-megawatt solar farm and is projected to save the city $33 million over the course of the 15 years.

Siemens partnered with the City of Lake Worth to build a 5-acre solar energy field on top of a former landfill.  In less than a year, the field generated enough clean energy to power over 250 homes and reduce carbon emissions by 4 million pounds - the equivalent of taking 400 cars off the road.