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They do not need the “over head power lines, thereby eliminating an aesthetic and practical nuisance when traveling through the historic areas.”
The Town Hall and Regional Government are currently in the preliminary stages. Belil confirmed that he would be maintaining contact with the politicians.
Siemens turns over some €60 million in the
The company’s strategy for the coming years means strengthening its presence in the three areas mentioned. “We believe there are significant business opportunities in areas like health, energy efficiency and urban mobility,” said Belil.
“These are projects that could improve the competitiveness of the islands and Siemens has the most innovative and sustainable solutions.”
The CEO also underlined the potential of wind energy on the islands, both at sea and on land.
“The new floating turbines open a range of possibilities in a community like this,” he said.
The company also expressed its interest in entering the travel industry to provide solutions in the electrical plan: fire systems, air conditioning and lighting energy optimization. As such, an international convention has been organized for Thursday May 19.
Customers from around the world are being invited to the presentation of the company’s solutions.
The German company is involved in the laying of electric cable that connects the peninsula with