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Notice to Shareholders of Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy

Notice to Shareholders of Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy

In recent weeks, we have been contacted by an increasing number of holders of Siemens Gamesa shares who failed to sell their shares to Siemens Energy at the €18.05 offer price.


We are currently working on an option to allow shareholders to divest their shares

against a compensation of €18.05 in cash. This option requires the support of a certain number of shares.


As a first step, should you wish to divest your shares at the price of €18.05, please provide us with the following data via
1) Name
2) Phone number, email address and address
3) Number of your shares


In a second step, as soon as a sufficient number of shareholders have registered, we will contact you with further details, possibly still within April.


Additional note: In case there are offers from third parties being made to purchase your shares, these organizations are NOT working on behalf of Siemens Energy or Siemens Gamesa.


Please find further information here

The results of the cash tender offer can be found here



  • Strong underlying performance notwithstanding charges at SGRE – outlook for fiscal year 2023 adjusted.
  • Orders continued to be very strong. Comparable growth (excluding currency translation and portfolio effects) was 49.2% despite a high basis of comparison, resulting in orders of €12.7bn, supported by large orders especially at GT. The Book-to-bill ratio (ratio of orders to revenue) was 1.80 and the order backlog rose to €98.8bn despite material negative currency translation effects.
  • Revenue came in at €7.1bn reflecting a 16.0% increase on a comparable basis. All segments contributed to this growth.
  • Siemens Energy’s Profit before Special items was negative €282m (Q1 FY 2022: negative €69m) due to the charges at SGRE. GS and GT reported sharp improvements year-over-year and TI delivered a positive result. Special items were negative with €103m (Q1 FY 2022: positive €6m) mainly driven by restructuring costs at SGRE. As a result, Profit for Siemens Energy was negative €384m (Q1 FY 2022: negative €64m).
  • Accordingly, Siemens Energy reported a Net loss of €598m (Q1 FY 2022: Net loss €246m).
  • Siemens Energy AG intends to appoint KPMG as independent auditor for the annual and consolidated financial statements starting with fiscal year 2024.
  • The company plans to submit a corresponding proposal to be voted on by its shareholders at the Annual General Meeting for fiscal year 2024.
  • Press Release
  • The notes will be convertible into newly issued or already existing registered no-par value shares of the company. Pre-emptive rights of the company’s shareholders to subscribe for the notes were excluded.
  • The net proceeds from the issuance of the notes will be used to partially finance the voluntary cash offer for all outstanding shares in Siemens Gamesa.
  • Press Release


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May 15, 2023
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Q4 FY2023: Annual Press Conference | Analyst Conference
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