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#PoweringEveryone is our mission. GE Power is involved in this @Genesis Energy project aimed at providing 30% of the Republic of Benin’s current electric power supply capacity!
Read more on @Business Wire ! http://pco.lt/1NJ4sPc
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Powering Everyone is our mission. GE Power is involved in this project aimed at providing 30% of the Republic of Benin’s current electric power supply capacity!
http://pco.lt/1NJ4sPc
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The Diesel Engine agreement with Simba Corp will help GE powering everyone in a region requiring more reliable electricity. Read more on this article from DAILY NATION in Kenya! #PoweringEveryone http://pco.lt/1IgN6BI
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The “GE Store” is all about cross-fertilization of various GE’s businesses and will help us to meet the world’s energy demand. Learn how innovation at GE Aviation or GE Oil&Gas benefits to GE Power
http://pco.lt/1OejLhL
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Steve Bolze welcomes you to the new GE! We’ll never be satisfied until the entire world has power. ‪#‎PoweringEveryone‬
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Today is “Day One” of a new journey with new opportunities for GE Power. We’re introducing the newest members of the GE family from Alstom Power. Together GE and Alstom have over 208 years of experience in the energy sector! http://www.ge-alstom.com/en/index.html ‪#‎PoweringEveryone‬
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Just like the heart of a race car is its engine, the gas turbine is the heart of a power plant but it doesn’t stop there. Power plants are complex systems. Learn how all of the parts come together here.
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In Malaysia, the largest fuel source for power generation is gas, followed by coal, oil, hydro and renewable. But this mix could change with new technology...what other changes do you think will impact Malaysia's energy future? We'd like to hear your ideas.
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