The company is planning a centre specialising in offshore wind energy for the Navarre town of Sarriguren, which will have a total of 150 engineers by 2025.
The Spanish-German multinational Siemens Gamesa is to set up a centre specialising in offshore wind power, for which it expects to have around 150 engineers by 2025. The facility will operate from the company’s headquarters in Sarriguren, Navarra, the company said in a statement.
The main purpose of this facility will be to provide support for the projects that Siemens Gamesa is developing in Northern Europe in this segment. The centre, for which the first positions have already been advertised, is part of the so-called ‘Mistral Plan’, which envisages a firm commitment to offshore technology.