Yet another Danish executive departs Siemens Gamesa

The wind turbine manufacturer is consolidating in the Americas and has appointed and has appointed Gamesa's former head of Latin America as the overall president of the Americas division. (Updated 14:00)

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Siemens Gamesa is once again reshuffling managemnet. After merging North, South and Central America under an overall Americas division, the wind turbine manufatcurer has appointed José Antonio Miranda as the CEO for the core business and Darnell Walker as head of the service department.

Siemens Gamesa announced the news via Twitter. Friday, EnergyWatch was in contact with Siemens Gamesa, however the company has not had the opportunity to respond yet. (After this article was published Siemens Gamesa sent EnergyWatch a press release regarding the reshufffle. The article has not be altered in response to this and remains unchanged.)

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