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Egypt has inaugurated several power generation projects, including three power plants built by the German conglomerate Siemens.
Germany's Siemens says it has signed contracts worth some $824m to build two gas-powered electricity plants in Libya.
An energy and technology company has adapted the way it can supply municipalities with smart meters to improve electricity payments without charging them hefty upfront costs.
Mandla Mandela, chief of Mvezo in the Eastern Cape, stands accused of interfering in the running of the Mandela School of Science and Technology.
French President Francois Hollande will intervene to try to save the factory that made the country's first high-speed TGV train and is now under threat of closure.
A Chinese regulator has investigated Siemens over whether its healthcare unit and dealers have bribed hospitals - people who know about the probe tell Reuters.
Siemens will supply turbines for a R9bn project to build three wind farms in SA with a combined capacity to generate 360MW of power, it says.
Siemens Southern and Eastern Africa CEO Sabine Dall'Omo shares lessons on her more than 20-year long career at the international automation company.
German companies don't just want to make a quick buck and leave. They understand that they must commit to transformation and overcoming the legacy of apartheid, writes Martin Schäfer.
President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has inaugurated energy projects across Egypt as the country pumps up its electricity production surplus after years of power cuts that peaked in 2014.
German industrial conglomerate Siemens will shut down its power and gas sites for a week as it grapples with an "unprecedented downswing" in the market.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution makes the development of digital skills vital, says the CEO of Siemens Southern and Eastern Africa.
Renewable energy, coal and the addition of gas-to-power is all SA needs to ensure an affordable and sufficient power generation mix, according to the Siemens CEO.
Siemens says it’s weighing a bid for a R51.22bn investment project as South Africa’s programme to generate power from gas gains momentum.
Gas-fired power stations offer a speedy solution to SA’s electricity supply problems but the supply chain is complex, says an industry insider.
German conglomerate Siemens has signed a power deal with Egypt, says a company spokesperson.
German engineering giant Siemens is planning to cut around 7 400 jobs, perhaps 3 300 in Germany as part of on-going mass restructuring plan.
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