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Energy at GE

Energy represents one of the most important business challenges of this century. Its generation, use and transmission is critical to the global economy and personal advancement. Companies need to find ways to deliver more and cleaner energy while producing fewer environmental impacts in their operations and value chains. To respond to this challenge and engage with governments on the best ways to deliver cleaner, more efficient and effective supplies of energy to a growing global population, GE has made a significant commitment to optimize our own use of energy.

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GE Presents on Benefits of Life Cycle Analysis at Sustainable Packaging Symposium 2012
Sustainable Packaging Symposium 2012, the second edition of the event, organized by Greener Package and the American Institute of Chemical Engineers’ Institute for Sustainability, kicked off in Houston, TX, with an emphasis on packaging’s role in the sustainable supply chain and the importance of Life Cycle Analysis for optimizing...
May 11, 2012 8:00 PM ET
GE Appliances and Lighting among 2012 Energy Star Winners
As part of its 20th Anniversary of Energy Star celebrations, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) named 109 organizations 2012 Energy Star Award winners for their outstanding leadership and commitment to protecting America’s environment through energy efficiency. The...
May 11, 2012 2:00 PM ET
Sustainability: Why South Korea's Industrial Firms Need to Do More
When it comes to sustainability, industrial firms are perhaps not the first that spring to mind. Their performance is patchy, to say the least. A recent study compared global leaders in the diversified industrial sector – that is to say engineering, construction and production companies, who manufacture a wide variety of products – with their counterparts in South Korea, a country widely...
Apr 5, 2012 6:00 PM ET
Technology for Good: A Half Century of GE Solar
"Space-age energy sources . . . solar energy, fuel cells, thermionic converters, and solid-state thermoelectric . . . broaden the company’s work."   - From the introduction to GE’s Annual Report, 1959 GE’s interest in solar energy began in a very exciting yet nerve-wracking era. Those glamourous years that...
Apr 5, 2012 2:00 PM ET
GE, Chesapeake to Develop Natural-Gas Fueling Infrastructure
According to Bloomberg, General Electric Co. (GE) and Chesapeake Energy Corp. (CHK), the second-biggest U.S. natural-gas producer, will collaborate on products and services to fuel cars and trucks with...
Mar 22, 2012 2:00 PM ET