The hottest Siemens overweight China's smart grid

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Siemens overweight China's smart electricity market

on April 30, business revenue has more than tripled in five years. Hao Ruiqiang is about to step down as president and CEO of Siemens (China) Co., Ltd. with gorgeous performance and take charge of the global smart electricity business. By 2014, it will occupy 20% of the global smart electricity market, making Hao Ruiqiang's new position full of challenges

in the new energy era, smart electricity will become the most important future market. With the rich experience accumulated in such a rapidly developing market as China, Dr. Hao Ruiqiang will become the best candidate for Siemens to expand new business models in this field. The "study group" of Siemens' people overseas edition paid attention to Xi's speech at the above "an important meeting", said Dean, CEO of energy business

Duan Wei, manager of the public relations department of Siemens China, said today that Siemens is the only supplier in the world that can provide comprehensive solutions for the entire energy conversion chain. Last year, its annual turnover in the field of smart electricity was about 1billion euros. The company plans to have a 20% share in this market with a total value of 30billion euros by 2014

but this is obviously not an easy task to complete. At present, Ge, IBM, Hewlett Packard, Cisco, abb and other giants are also closely focused on the smart electricity market, hoping to seize more business opportunities. Since the second half of last year, the above-mentioned enterprises have set up public utilities departments. Cisco has established smart electricity generation systems with 25 Chinese manufacturers. IBM launched the hydraulic cylinder and guide rail non parallelism Laboratory of the universal experimental machine for the energy and public utilities industry in Beijing in early March this year, Its fierce competition is evident

it is not surprising that multinational giants have laid out their positions in the Chinese market. Since U.S. President Barack Obama raised smart electricity as a national strategy at the beginning of last year, this not new word has quickly become a global hot topic. During the two sessions of the National People's Congress this year, deputies to the National People's Congress and members of the Chinese people's Political Consultative Conference also suggested that smart electricity should be raised as a national strategy

according to the establishment plan of China smart meter released by State Grid Corporation of China, relying on the stainless steel hot rolling and energy advantages of Shandong Shengyang group and Lianyungang Huale alloy, the planning pilot stage is from 2009 to 2010, the comprehensive construction stage is from 2011 to 2015, and the leading upgrading stage is from 2016 to 2020. The investment during the whole period is expected to reach 4trillion yuan. Niu pin, a power and equipment analyst at Shanghai Securities, told Yi Caijing

compared with the U.S. government's investment of just $11billion, China's smart power development plan is obviously attractive. Multinational companies that are looking for gold also admit that the opportunities are amazing, which is no exception for Siemens. The degree of participation in the Chinese market will directly affect the realization of Siemens' global business objectives. Duanwei said

China's smart electricity is built led by Chinese enterprises, and multinational companies also face competition from domestic enterprises. At present, many domestic enterprises have gained a firm foothold in their respective market segments. For example, Nari of Guodian itself has the background of Guodian Corporation, and its controlling shareholder, Guodian Electric Power Research Institute, is also the research and development platform of Guodian secondary equipment, which has a comparative advantage in the competition of corresponding products. Niu pin said

to cope with the complex situation in this important market in China, Siemens invited Cheng Meiwei, the former chairman of Ford Motor (China) Co., Ltd. in June this year, he will officially serve as the president and CEO of Siemens (China) Co., Ltd. and the CEO of Siemens Northeast Asia

Cheng Meiwei, 60, may not be as young and energetic as Hao Ruiqiang, 49, but looking back at his more than 20 years of work experience in China, it is not difficult to see Siemens' deliberate move

Cheng Meiwei was born in Taiwan, China, China. In 1972, he worked as an engineer at at T Bell Laboratories. In 1983, he was the general manager of at T International (Taiwan) from the perspective of the industry. During his tenure as president of at t China, he successfully established business in the Chinese market; After that, Cheng Meiwei became the chairman and CEO of General Electric (China) Co., Ltd., and finally promoted to vice president of General Electric; In 1998, Cheng Meiwei joined Ford China, which was just three years old. In the following 10 years, Ford's sales in China rose from less than 10000 vehicles to 210000 vehicles (excluding Mazda)

in March 2008, Cheng Meiwei was adjusted to be the global vice president of Ford Motor and the executive chairman of Ford China, responsible for formulating Ford China's strategy and strengthening cooperation with strategic partners and government contacts. In fact, it is the long-standing strong government relationship that has benefited Ford a lot

in such a market, while adhering to the way of large enterprise management, we also need to be familiar with the laws and regulations and political trends of the government, as well as its impact on our own business. As a manager, we should really understand the impact of the government on the economic development model. Cheng Meiwei said in a previous media interview

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