Executive departure from Siemens was underway "for weeks"

Michael Hannibal feels that he is leaving Siemens Gamesa in a strong position and he is ready to strengthen CIP in the offshore wind industry, both in the North Sea and more distant markets.

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When Siemens Gamesa announced the departure of two executives last Friday, it came as a surprise to many.

Just four months after the official merger between Siemens Wind Power and Gamesa – and just one week after the turbine manufacturer's second downgrade of its own forecast since the merger – the departures of CFO Andrew Hall and Offshore Wind CEO Michael Hannibal were announced. The latter will be replaced by Hannibal's former Siemens colleague Andreas Nauen.

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