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General Electric warns of continued difficulties for power division into 2018

General Electric's management has warned that its beleaguered GE Power division will continue to encounter difficulties in the coming year, as the impact of the clean energy revolution persists.

DF y General Electric ampliaràƒ¡n una planta a gas en Argentina

La empresa española DF Electric, productora de fusibles y portafusibles, firmó un contrato con la norteamericana General Electric (GE) para ejecutar la ampliación de una central a gas en Neuquén (Argentina).

Abengoa y General Electric invertiràƒ¡n EUR145m en una planta energética en México

La empresa española Abengoa y la norteamericana General Electric (GE) invertirán EUR145m - EUR87m Abengoa y EUR58m GE - en la construcción de una planta de cogeneración de energía de 300 MW en el estado mexicano de Tabasco. 

Enron to sell wind assets to General Electric Co.

Enron Corp. has a new agreement to sell the wind turbine manufacturing assets of Enron Wind Corp., its wind power subsidiary, to the Power Systems business of General Electric Co.

General Electric acquires German IT service provider, sofion AG

General Electric Company announced that it has acquired sofion AG, an IT service provider based in Freiburg, Germany.

General Electric, Honeywell forge $45 billion deal

Honeywell International Inc. is merging with General Electric Co. through a stock-swap valued at $45 billion, plus another $3 billion in assumed debt.

NERC General Counsel testifies on electric grid reliability

David Cook, General Counsel for the North American Electric Reliability Council, testified Wednesday before the Energy and Air Quality Subcommittee of the House Energy and Commerce Committee that legislation is necessary to ensure the continued security and reliability of the North American bulk power system.

Australian Regulator-General’s final decision on electricity prices

TXU Australia, a subsidiary of TXU, has received the final decision on electricity distribution prices for 2001 - 2005 by the Office of the Regulator-General (the Office) of Victoria, Australia.

Eurelectric’s Kristian Ruby optimistic about net zero future

Kristian Ruby, Secretary General of Eurelectric, weighs in on what he believes are the most significant developments in the energy sector in the past 25 years.

New day-ahead electricity market service drives higher prices

UK-based owners of peaking assets have cashed in on higher prices and revenue-generating opportunities following the launch of STOR (Short-Term Operating Reserve) as a day-ahead service.