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1 Siemens in Ireland

2 Our vision and our values
Siemens – the pioneer in Our values Responsible Committed to ethical and responsible actions Energy efficiency Industrial productivity Excellent Achieving high performance and excellent results Affordable and personalized healthcare Innovative Intelligent infrastructure solutions Being innovative to create sustainable value

3 Key Figures Revenue by Sector Revenue by Region Revenue and employees
Infrastructure and Cities Germany Healthcare Asia, Australia 14% 17% 20% 22% Europe, CIS, Africa, Middle East (excl. Germany) 35% 26% 29% 37% Energy Industry Americas Based on customer location Revenue and employees Continuing operations – comparison with previous year Employees in thousands 100,000 500 80,000 in millions of € FY 2011 FY 2012 New orders 85,166 76,913 Revenue 73,275 78,296 Income 7,376 5,184 Free cash flow 5,918 4,790 Employees 359,000 370,000 400 60,000 300 40,000 200 20,000 100 Revenue in millions of € FY 1986 1990 1995 2000 2005 2012

4 Megatrends shape our future
Urbanisation Climate Change Demographic Change Globalisation

5 Megatrends challenges – Siemens’ answers for an urbanising world
Cities are centres of growth Siemens has the answers Energy: leading HVDC technology transmits power from remote energy sources to cities at low loss Building technology: "Performance Contracting" – energy savings of up to 40% finance investments in energy efficient building technology Security: complete solutions Mobility: full spectrum of mobility systems (Complete Mobility) Water: largest provider of products for every stage of water treatment Healthcare: world leader in IT solutions for healthcare, efficient processes in hospitals lower costs Infrastructure spending amounts to €2 trillion* worldwide / year Siemens-relevant market: €260 – 320 billion €1,700 billion 260- 320 World population in billions 9,3 Cities account for 80% of greenhouse gas emissions By 2050, about 70% of the world population will live in cities 70% 6,9 50% Cities * Calculations based on OECD data in “Infrastructure 2030”

6 Revenue Environmental Portfolio
Innovation-driven growth markets Dynamic growth of Siemens' environmental portfolio Revenue Environmental Portfolio in € billions Target >40 29.9 27.4 FY 20101) FY 2011 FY 2014e 317 million tons2) accumulated CO2 – abatement exceeding our target of 300 million tons New innovative products such as premium efficiency motors, direct drive wind turbines and H-frame gas turbines to drive future growth FY 10 comp. excl. Osram and including newly qualified portfolio Incl. Osram

7 Siemens in Ireland Locations Revenue: €211 m Employees: 550
Service centre Service depot Sales office Global production centre Siemens Limited Management, Sales, Service and Commercial Fitzwilliam Court, Leeson Close Revenue: €211 m Employees: 550 Siemens spend in Ireland: €133m Diagnostics Manufacturing Chapel Lane, Swords Export and Manufacturing Site

8 Siemens in Ireland Locations Locations Revenue: €270 m Employees: 600
Service centre Service depot Sales office Global production centre Siemens Limited Fitzwilliam Court, Leeson Close Management, Sales, Service and Commercial – 260 employees Revenue: €270 m Employees: 600 Siemens purchases in Ireland: €130m Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics Manufacturing Chapel Lane, Swords Export and Manufacturing Site with – 293 employees Siemens Security Products – Clonshaugh Business & Technology Part R&D Facility – 26 employees

9 Siemens Ireland History
The Siemens subsidiary Siemens-Schuckert (Ireland) Ltd. Is founded in Dublin. Work is begun on laying the first direct telegraph cable across the Atlantic, linking Ballinskelligs Bay on Ireland’s west coast to North America The Siemens-Schuckert Manufacturing Co. is established in Dublin (specializing in meter assembly). Siemens builds the world’s largest peat-fired power station in Rhode, County Offaly. Siemens delivers the overhead line system for the DART rapid transit network. The Shannon hydroelectric power station is constructed in Ardnacrush to provide complete electrification for the Irish Free State. The Irish Electricity Supply Board (ESB) awards Siemens a contract to provide equipment for Turlough Hill, Ireland’s first pump-fed power plant. The Irish companies are reacquired following the war. William Siemens builds the Portrush-Bushmills railway in County Antrim, one of the first electric railways. Siemens completes a state-of-the-art upgrade of the instrumentation and controls at the Guinness Brewery in Dublin Siemens equips three blocks of the Moneypoint Power Plant with new instrumentation and controls as part of the plant’s upgrading Siemens designed and built a baggage handling system for Dublin Airport’s T2 A broadband ATM network is constructed for Telecom Eireann. Siemens sets up an international online customer service centre in Cork for Siemens communications equipment. Siemens wins an order to equip the Platin cement factory of Irish Cement Limited with an automation system Siemens receives 126 MW wind power plants order in Ireland The company installs a Magnetom magnetic resonance imaging system in Dublin’s new Mater Private Hospital, the first system of its kind in Ireland. Huntstown Power, Ireland’s first independent power plant

10 Siemens in Ireland is a pioneer
In The Past Today Portrush–Bushmills railway, one of the world’s first electric railways in 1883 Siemens designed and built the baggage handling system for T2. : The Shannon Hydro-Electric Scheme at Ardnacrusha Provider of wind turbines to Ireland’s growing wind energy market. 1986 Ireland’s first MRI scanner at the Mater Private Hospital New Erne Hospital latest diagnostic technology in angiography, CT, MRI and Digital X-ray.

11 Organization Structure
Sectors Industry Energy Healthcare Infrastructure & Cities Industry Automation Fossil Power Generation Diagnostics Rail Systems Drive Technologies Wind Power Imaging & Therapy Mobility and Logistics Customer Services Solar & Hydro Clinical Products Smart Grid Energy Service Customer Solutions Low & Medium Voltage Power Transmission Building Technologies Oil & Gas Lighting (OSRAM) Administration, Controlling and Finance Siemens Real Estate Corporate Human Resources Corporate Supply Chain Management Corporate Communications Quality & Environmental Management Export Control & Customs Officer Regional Compliance Office Central Areas Siemens Financial Services Equity Inv.: BSH Bosch und Siemens Hausgeräte, Nokia Siemens Networks, Atos Origin.

12 Infrastructure and Cities
Sector profile Highlight in Ireland Market situation One third of Irish population lives in Greater Dublin Area. Dublin performs poorly on European Green Cities Index. Limited capital expenditure – Luas BDX will go ahead. Rollout of Electric Vehicle infrastructure Siemens answers Electric Vehicle Solutions Finance Siemens has received a major order for its model CP500A charging point. As part of plans to roll out a nationwide charging infrastructure, Siemens Ireland concluded a framework agreement for delivery of up to 100 charging points.

13 Industry Sector profile Highlight in Ireland Market situation
Capital spending dramatically reduced in some areas. Food and Beverage, Pharma continues to perform. Construction sector suffering. Energy efficiency and Sustainability emerging as a cost lever and green image attribute for companies. Commitment to Domestic Water metering. Siemens answers Leader in automation technologies. Strong in Food and Beverage/Pharma. Biggest provider of products and systems for every stage of water treatment Performance Contracting A leading Irish meat processor has chosen Siemens to provide energy management services. Their goal is to identify opportunities for cost savings though improved energy efficiency and reducing water usage in the plant. 80 monitoring points are accessed remotely from the Siemens office in Dublin where Siemens engineers analyze energy and production data to identify savings projects.

14 Energy Sector profile Highlight in Ireland Market situation
Renewables currently at 13% of electricity generation with ~1350MW in Republic of Ireland and ~400MW in Northern Ireland. Both jurisdictions aiming for 20% by 2020. Build out rates are slow at the moment with ~120MW/year, need 300MW/year to hit 2020 targets. Siemens answers Siemens installed base of wind farms 15% of the installed base on the island. Enough power for 150,000 homes. Current employment in renewables ~45. Siemens has supplied Scottish Southern Energy Renewables with 12 wind turbines each with a capacity of 2.3 megawatts for its wind farm in Slieve Kirk, Northern Ireland. The Slieve Kirk wind farm generates enough power to supply 16,000 homes and save the release of between 27,000 and 65,000 tonnes of CO2 annually.

15 Healthcare Sector profile Highlight in Ireland Market
HSE budget cuts of 1billion in 2010 followed by cuts of 800m € in 2011. Private sector diversifying with ‘walk-in’ and A&E services. Commitment to new Children’s Hospital in Siemens answers Large installed base. Leader in imaging market. Strong service team. Move into primary care market. New financing models: Managed Equipment Services. Employees: 65 Opened in June 2012, the South West Acute Hospital provides approximately 300 in-patient beds. Siemens supplied the latest technology in angiography, CT, digital X-ray and MRI. The MRI system, the new MAGNETOM Aera , the first one to be ordered on the island, boasts a wide 70cm Open Bore and provides a more open environment to minimise stress for patients

16 Siemens Ireland: Key Areas for Growth
Energy Management Renewables Marine Energy E vehicles Healthcare Imaging Healthcare Diagnostics

17 Supersector Leader “Industrial Goods & Services"
A leader in compliance and sustainability as recognized by Dow Jones index Siemens is included for the 13th time in a row in the DJSI World Index Corporate Governance Risk & Crisis Management Codes of Conduct/ Compliance/ Corruption&Bribery Innovation Management Customer Relationship Management Supply Chain Management2) Strategy for Emerging Markets2) Labor Practice Indicators Human Capital Development Talent Attraction & Retention Corporate Citizenship and Philanthropy Occupational Health and Safety Social Reporting Economic Social Supersector Leader “Industrial Goods & Services" Average Score 1) 47% Average Score 1) 50% Environmental Siemens Score 88% Siemens Score 92% Siemens Score 94% Environmental Policy / Management System Operational Eco-Efficiency Product Stewardship Climate Strategy Water Related Risks Environmental Reporting Average Score 1) 41% Siemens Score 96% 1) Average score of all assessed companies in the Diversified Industrials sector 2) New categories in 2012 Source: SAM, Sustainability Office

18 What is Zero Harm? Everyone at Siemens has a safe working environment at all times so that they may return to their family and friends as healthy as when they started the day. Our Zero Harm culture is based on three principles: Zero incidents – it is achievable. Health and safety –no compromises! We take care of each other. Zero Harm to our safety, to our health, and to our environment

19 Zero Harm: an holistic approach to Safety, Well being and Environmental Protection
Zero Harm encompasses Be Safe Feel Well Think Green Safety in the Workplace VDU, training, work design Radiation Safety ICSDs, Healthcare Dangerous Goods Transport gases, waste, chemicals Active Risk Management fire protection, disaster prevention Health Promotion medical screening, health awareness campaigns Mental Wellbeing Employee assistance programme, stress management training Medical Services Reduction of occupational risks, medicals, flu prevention, return to work Energy Management reduction of site energy use, awareness campaigns Waste Handling recycling & segregation at sites, project planning Green Team employee driven to reduce, reuse, recycle. Product-related product design, product recycling

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