German company Siemens is ready to participate in further modernization of power plants in Russia. This was stated by the head of the company in Russia Dietrich Moeller, according to Reuters.
“About 50% of the stations in need of modernisation, and Siemens is ready to offers,” said Moeller.
As earlier reported, the German company was at the epicenter of the scandal connected with deliveries of turbines in the Crimea.
In July, the turbines manufactured by Siemens were brought to the Crimea for use on newly built power plants contrary to the EU sanctions banning supplies of technologies for energy annexed in 2014, the Peninsula.
In response to the supply of turbines in the Crimea, the EU expanded sanctions against Russia.
Siemens filed in court with the requirement to recognize the transaction for the supply of equipment under the contract was intended for power plant in Taman, invalid and back of the turbine, is delivered to the Crimea to bypass sanctions.