Tag: GE Renewable Energy

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UK Power Networks estimates its renewable energy capacity for ‘Stir-up Sunday’ – the traditional preparation day for Christmas puddings UK Power Networks has calculated how green your Xmas pudding will be, revealing there is enough renewables connected to the grid to steam 4.5 million carbon-free Christmas puddings this ‘Stir-up Sunday’, the traditional day for making …

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French utility giant EDF has rebranded its renewable business as EDF Renewables. More than 20 companies that had operated under the old EDF Energies Nouvelles banner will become part of the new identity. This includes distributed energy, utility-scale development, asset optimisation and O&M services. The company operates in more than 20 non-French speaking countries. In …

Alicia BullerJanuary 18, 2018
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Jerome Pecresse, president and CEO, GE Renewable Energy, told Impact4All that the firm is focused on using technology to improve its wind turbines and drive down costs. Currently 60 per cent of GE’s wind business is located outside the US and the company plans to grow this. “We are already in Sweden, Spain and Thailand… …

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GE Renewable Energy Selected For 300 Megawatt Invenergy Wind Farm GE Renewable Energy has been selected to provide wind turbines to a 300-megawatt wind farm being developed in Texas by Invenergy, North America’s leading independent clean energy provider. The new commitment was announced on Thursday by GE Renewable Energy, who will provide 120 of its …


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