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Siemens is making plans to build a new wind service training facility in Orlando, Florida, USA. This new 40,000-square-foot center will be located close to the global headquarters of Siemens’ Energy Service division in Orlando.

Siemens’ initial investment will be approximately US$ 7 million and the company plans to create 50 new full-time jobs and host approximately 2,400 trainees annually from the USA and the Americas. The central feature of the new training center will be two full-size Siemens nacelles upon which wind service technicians will be trained to perform maintenance based on Siemens specifications. In addition, two 32-foot high climbing towers, ladder structures, electrical and hydraulic modules, and a maintenance crane will make training, safety and rescue simulations possible under realistic conditions. The training center is scheduled to begin operations by this summer.
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