Environmentally friendly nuclear weapons testing.
Siemens talks about some of the technology it contributed to the DA36 E-Star 2, the second generation of a new serial hybrid electric aircraft.
Ocotillo wind farm in California, where a turbine blade fell off in May, is returning to operation after Siemens pinpoints an “adhesive bonding failure.”
A new rail line in Portland will be the first in the U.S. to use a Siemens unit that stores energy absorbed from braking trains.
Speed and more energy efficient locomotives bound for Amtrak service in the Northeast begin rolling off the assembly line in Sacramento.
A 173-foot-long blade breaks off a Siemens wind turbine at a Southern California wind farm, leading the company to curtail operations worldwide.
Swedish automaker Volvo and electronics giant Siemens have teamed up to develop an EV charging system that will fully recharge a C30′s battery in 1.5 hours.
Siemens and two Norwegian partners plan to debut the world’s first all-electric car ferry by 2015.
The largest low concentration photovoltaics project in the world begins operation at the Army’s White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico.
Three years after buying parabolic trough concentrating solar company Solel, Siemens says it is getting out.