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The history of Siemens in Azerbaijan goes back 150 years. In the year 1864, the Siemens brothers purchased copper fields in the Kedabek area of Azerbaijan and started mining. In 1901, the Bibi-Eybat power plant, one of the most efficient of its day, was set up with participation of Siemens.
In 1867, Siemens completed the 11,000 km Indo-European telegraph line from London to Calcutta, part of which went through Azerbaijani territory. In 1998, when Azerbaijan was politically stable and continuing to grow economically, Siemens established a representative office in Baku.

Business Highlights in 2015

  • In the field of energy, Siemens is supporting the development and improvement of the country’s power generation, transmission and distribution network.

  • Customers from the public and private sector rely on Siemens’ state-of-the-art technologies, including control and protection systems. In addition to a number of smaller energy revamping projects throughout Azerbaijan, Siemens technology is being used at the "Icheri-Sheher" substation, which is equipped with gas-insulated switchgear, at the Liman 110 kV substation supplying the Port of Baku with electricity and at the Sangacjal substation supplying the oil terminal.

  • Siemens supplied the electricity for the Crystal Hall in Baku, where the Eurovision Song Contest was held in 2012, for the Presidential Office and at Flag Square.

  • Siemens commissioned the modern combined cycle power plant in Sumgait, 30 kilometers northwest of Baku. This turnkey project consisted of two gas turbines, one steam turbine and three generators. It also included all the mechanical equipment, with two heat-recovery steam generators, and the electrical equipment. The power plant has a total capacity of 500 MW and feeds electricity into the country’s public grid.
    It is Siemens’ biggest project in the country and is designed to increase the reliability of Azerbaijan’s power system.

  • Siemens Metals Technologies supplied Azerbaijani steel producer Baku Steel with an electric arc furnace. The new furnace is part of an expansion project with which Baku Steel is aiming to boost its annual production capacity to around 1.1 million metric tons of steel.

  • Siemens Healthcare continued to reinforce its presence in Azerbaijan. State-of-the-art equipment was delivered to many advanced state and private clinics throughout the country. Siemens Healthcare is continuing its longstanding collaboration with the National Oncological Center in Baku, where modern computed tomography systems (PET-CT) were installed to enable cancer to be detected earlier.