Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) is going to showcase its new products at WindEurope 2017, the industry's largest exhibition of the year.

From November 28th to 30th, more than 8,000 wind power professionals will gather at the Amsterdam RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre to discover the latest development of the industry.

The introduction of the new wind turbines for onshore and offshore by SGRE will mark one of the most important milestones of the event.

SGRE offers the most comprehensive offer of products and service innovations for all type of sites, providing its customers with the best solutions to lower the cost of energy and maximize the profitability of their projects. Furthermore, digital remote diagnostics services and a modular service portfolio allow for reducing down times to a minimum and making technician assignments as cost-efficient as possible. The SGRE product offering will be presented at the 198 square meter booth at the trade show (Hall 1, Stand 1D44).

"Our goal has always been to provide customers – both existing and future – with product choices that best respond to their needs, building on our extensive experience in both onshore and offshore, and drawing on our combined expertise and technological know-how. These products will allow us to strengthen our position in global markets and help our customers to meet their cost-out targets", explains Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy CEO, Markus Tacke.

The company's leadership will be further highlighted by the presence of Tacke as event ambassador. Siemens Gamesa CEO will take part on a panel discussion during the opening session together with other industry executives. On November 28, 2017 SGRE will host the official opening reception at its booth from 17.30-19.30.

This industry networking event is open to all delegates who have a valid exhibition pass for that day. Furthermore, the company will be represented in the conference side of the event by up to seven other speakers covering topics such as the operation of wind turbines in extreme weather conditions, big data and data security, life extension and repowering, among others.