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GE to invest in India’s wind industry as part of a $1bn renewable energy plan

By : Sustainability ..., Jul 31, 2014

 General Electric (GE) is set to invest in three Atria Power wind projects that are currently under construction, as part of its $1bn (£591m) commitment to expanding its renewable energy portfolio.

The three projects are set to produce a combined annual capacity of 126...

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Alstom approves General Electric's $17 billion offer to buy its power business

By : Sustainability ..., Jun 24, 2014

 French power equipment maker AlstomBSE 1.34 % has approved $17 billion offer made by General Electric to acquire its global power business after deliberating on two more such proposals made by Siemens and Mitsubishi. 

The Board of Directors of Alstom received, on June...

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Subject Tags: Alstom , General Electric

Alstom India shares surge 12% as parent firm weighs GE offer

By : Sustainability ..., May 1, 2014

 MUMBAI: Shares of Alstom IndiaBSE 11.87 % surged almost 12 per cent today after its parent French firm said it is considering an offer of more than 12 billion euros from US-based General Electric for its power business and has reviewed a declaration of interest from Siemens...

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GE to introduce 660, 800 MW steam turbines in India this year

By : sustainabilityo..., May 2, 2011

 Looking to strengthen its presence in the fast-growing power sector, General Electric will introduce 660 and 800 MW supercritical steam turbines in India this year.

With India targeting a capacity addition of 1,00,000 MW in the 12th five-year plan (2012-17), the...

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Subject Tags: General Electric

PepsiCo and GE Are Innovating in India

By : sustainabilityo..., Nov 9, 2010

Much has been written about how such multinationals as IBM (IBM) and General...

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GE looking to acquire cos with energy-efficient tech

By : sustainabilityo..., Oct 17, 2009

The global conglomerate General Electric (GE) is on the look out to acquire companies with “innovative energy efficient technologies”.

Mr Tejpreet Chopra, President and CEO, GE India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, told Business Line on Thursday, “While we are constantly...

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