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Siemens says Felix Ferlemann, CEO of Siemens Wind Power, is leaving the company by mutual agreement to pursue new career challenges.

Siemens has named Markus Tacke to succeed Ferlemann, effective Aug. 1. Until now, Tacke has been CEO of Siemens' Industrial Power business unit.

"Felix Ferlemann provided essential stimuli, and we thank him for his commitment," notes Michael Süß, CEO of Siemens' Energy Sector.

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