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Bolze steps down as GE power units to merge

Steve Bolze has decided to step down from GE Power just as the company announced the merger of it power and energy distribution businesses.

GE chief Immelt mulling early departure

The chief executive of General Electric Jeff Immelt is reported to be stepping down, well short of his 20 year tenure. Mr Immelt had been expected to remain at the helm until 2021.

GE points to Chinese competition in persuading EU regulators

General Electric chiefs met EU antitrust regulators on Thursday, aiming to persuade them that their acquisition of Alstom will not contravene competition law.

GE express belief in gas power generation and launch new portfolio

GE announced a new portfolio of power generation technologies at a press conference in San Francisco on Wednesday, with a focus on gas power equipment.

GE boss puts $1.3 trillion value on digitizing power

The president of GE Power today put a $1.3 trillion value on the digital transformation of the global power sector over the next decade.

Algerian contract is GE Power’s largest ever services deal

GE will collaborate with Sonelgaz SPE, a subsidiary of Algeria state-owned Sonelgaz, in a landmark deal that highlights its Fleet360 total plant solutions capabilities. The largest services deal in GE Power's history, the agreement is designed to lead the digital industrial transformation of Sonelgaz's plants throughout Algeria.

GE Power to buy Doosan HRSG business for $250m

GE Power has signed a deal to acquire the heat recovery steam generator business of Doosan Engineering & Construction for $250m.

GE finally completes Alstom acquisition

GE has announced it has completed the $10.6bn acquisition of Alstom's power and grid businesses, the company's largest-ever acquisition.

GE wins $800m Asia-Pacific orders

GE Power has clinched more than $800m of new orders across the Asia-Pacific region.

GE and Toshiba sign combined cycle pact

GE (NYSE: GE) and Toshiba (TOKYO: 6502) today signed a deal to jointly develop combined-cycle power generation projects around the world.

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