Siemens Energy directors will explain their plans for Siemens Gamesa to the Basque government, May 26, 2022


The department, led by advisor Arantxa Tapia, is also in contact with Siemens Gamesa’s works council and unions, with whom it has not yet met until the multinational’s plans are known.

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Siemens Energy directors met today with the Ministry of Economic Development, Sustainability and Environment of the Basque government, headed by Director Arantxa Tapia, to report on their plans regarding Siemens Gamesa. The meeting will take place after the German multinational has confirmed its intention to Voluntary takeover bid for the 32.9% it does not control in Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE).

The spokesman for the Basque government, Bingen Zupiriaannounced Tuesday that the Executive for Siemens Energy will defend that Gamesa “has a future in Euskadi”. He also indicated that last Saturday evening, before the confirmation of the takeover bid for Siemens Gamesa was made public, “there had been contact from Siemens” with the Minister of Economic Development, Sustainability and Environment, Arantxa Tapia.

According to sources from the department led by Tapia, the supervisor is in contact with the works council and trade unions, whom he has not met for the time being, because he still does not know the details about the operation and plans of the German multinational. They also state that they have asked Siemens “both publicly and privately” to “inform staff of their intentions”.

For now, CCOO, UGT and ELA They have already requested a meeting with the management of Siemens Gamesa before the takeover bid announced by Siemens Energy with the intention of knowing their plans and demanding “job guarantees”.

Siemens Energy plans to formally launch the voluntary takeover offer (OPA) in mid-September for the 32.9% over which it has no control over Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE).

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