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GE’s Breakthrough Energy Technologies for a Lower-Carbon Future. GE's Breakthrough Technologies Map shows how we're utilizing and improving clean energy technology across the globe.
Breakthrough Technologies Map that shows how we're utilizing and improving clean energy technology across the globe.
GE Gas Power’s 7HA.03 turbine to power Louisiana power plant. GE Gas Power announced its 7HA.03 combined cycle equipment will power Kindle Energy’s gas-fired Magnolia Power Plant in Plaquemine, LA,
Congressional leaders visit GE Research in Niskayuna. U.S. Congressmen Paul Tonko (NY-20) and Matt Cartwright (PA-8) toured GE Research, highlighting GE’s work on technologies like sustainable aviation fuel and hybrid-electric aircraft propulsion to support U.S. decarbonization goals and promote the future of flight.
GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy, TVA to support potential SMR deployment at Clinch River facility. GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy and the Tennessee Valley Authority announced they will support the potential deployment of a BWRX-300 SMR at the Clinch River facility in Oak Ridge, TN.
GE demonstrates future of flight breakthroughs at Farnborough Airshow. At the 2022 Farnborough Airshow, GE made several announcements, including plans to test CFM International's open fan engine design on an Airbus A380.
GE Energy Transition Commitments
We are strengthening our commitment to sustainability and setting a goal to become carbon neutral in our facilities and operations by 2030. We are targeting the majority of our progress through absolute reductions of direct emissions and energy use achieved through operational investments, smart power sourcing and elimination of waste.
This year, GE announced a new ambition to be a net zero company by 2050, encompassing not just GE’s operations, but also the Scope 3 emissions from the use of sold products. We look forward to partnering closely with our customers to help them succeed in meeting their own ambitions.
GE supports the science and goals expressed in the Paris Agreement to reduce global carbon emissions. We joined top companies in calling for an ambitious U.S. climate policy and supported the first-ever global standards regulating aircraft greenhouse gas emissions.
new build coal
Last year, GE announced its planned exit of the new build coal power market. Following this announcement, we are continuing to focus and invest in our core renewable energy and power generation businesses, working to make electricity more sustainable, affordable, reliable and accessible and helping customers to reduce their emissions.
Hear from GE's energy leaders
Larry Culp on GE's role in the future of aviation. GE Chairman & CEO and GE Aerospace CEO Larry Culp joined Washington Post Live as part of a GE sponsored event to share how we are using innovative technology and lean management to help meet historic demand and decrease emissions today and into the future.
Scott Strazik on energy breakthroughs for a decade of action. As part of The Atlantic's Next Scientific Revolution, GE Vernova CEO Scott Strazik spoke with Starwood Energy's Himanshu Saxena on why breakthrough technologies, policies, and partnerships are critical to the path forward.
Scott Strazik on Gas Power’s role in driving action around decarbonization. At Reuters’ Energy Transition Event, GE Power CEO Scott Strazik discussed the critical role that GE Power plays in driving a decade of action around decarbonization and continuing to help lead the energy transition.
GE 2021: Meeting the Future Energy Challenge: In 2021, GE leaders across the company shared how we can rise to the future energy challenge, using our technologies to build a world that works.