Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy A/S v. General Electric Co. et al

  1. March 31, 2023

    GE, Siemens Settle Wind Turbine Patent Disputes

    General Electric Co. and Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy on Friday settled patent disputes in the United States and Europe related to offshore wind turbine technology, two months after a Boston federal judge criticized them for placing "corporate self-interest" ahead of climate concerns.

  2. February 02, 2023

    GE, Siemens Scolded For 'Self-Interest' In Wind Farm Fight

    A federal judge skewered General Electric Co. and Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy on Thursday for placing "corporate self-interest" before high-stakes climate change concerns, settling what he saw as an unnecessary post-trial fight between the rivals that are "locked in a global struggle for dominance" over the offshore wind market.

  3. October 19, 2022

    GE Wants New Siemens IP Trial, Calling Verdict 'Inconsistent'

    General Electric Co. argued Wednesday that it is entitled to a new trial after a Massachusetts federal jury made an "irreconcilably inconsistent" finding in a June trial that deemed GE's technology to be infringing a Siemens patent covering offshore wind turbines.

  4. September 07, 2022

    GE Banned From Selling Wind Turbines Infringing Siemens' IP

    A Massachusetts federal judge issued a permanent injunction on Wednesday barring General Electric Co. from selling Haliade-X wind turbines that a jury found infringed a Siemens' patent, but allowed the company to produce turbines that have already been ordered to complete state-sponsored wind projects in New Jersey and Massachusetts.

  5. August 15, 2022

    NJ Urges Against GE Wind Turbine Ban In Mass. Patent Row

    The state of New Jersey urged a Massachusetts federal judge Monday not to block General Electric-made wind turbines that a jury said infringed a Siemens' patent, arguing that banning the products would "make it impossible" to complete a state-sponsored wind project.

  6. June 17, 2022

    Mass. Jury Says GE Infringed Siemens Wind Turbine Patent

    A Massachusetts federal jury on Friday found that General Electric infringed a Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy patent covering offshore wind turbines, although it also determined that another Siemens patent covering the technology was invalid.