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GE and China Huadian Corp. signed a five-year, joint collaboration agreement for distributed energy combined heat and power projects in China that is expected to result in the sale of 50 gas-fired generator sets and revenue of $500 million.

GE and Statoil in oil and gas clean energy pact

GE has joined forces with oil major and Statoil to develop more environmentally and economically sustainable energy solutions.

GE invests additional $10bn in turbine technology research

General Electric (GE) is to invest a further $10bn on its ecomagination project, which aims to improve its gas turbine efficiency and waterless fracking technology.

GE pledges to keep Alstom nuclear unit in France

Top GE chief Clara Gaymard has told press in France that Alstom's nuclear business will remain in France, should GE be successful in a $17bn bid to buy the power equipment manufacturer.

APR gets ‘newest fleet in industry’ with latest GE pact

Fast-track power supplier APR Energy has renewed its alliance with GE.

GE’s biggest acquisition as Alstom deal done

After a protracted negotiation over the course of six weeks, complicated by a firm rival bid from Siemens and Mitsubishi, General Electric has emerged as the victor in a $16.9bn deal to takeover French power equipment manufacturer Alstom.

GE tries alternative approach to securing $17bn Alstom deal

GE is attempting to explore other avenues in order to facilitate a final deal on Alstom and is in early-stage talks with nuclear-plant maker Areva SA (AREVA) and other French companies about asset sales or partnerships.

APR gets ‘newest fleet in industry’ with latest GE pact

Temporary power supplier APR Energy has renewed its alliance with GE.

Significant concession by GE could seal Alstom deal

General Electric has responded in dramatic fashion to a bid earlier this week from Siemens and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries for Alstom.

GE grows second-quarter earnings 14 per cent to a record $4.4bn

General Electric Co.'s second-quarter 2002 earnings grew 14% over second quarter 2001 to $4.4 billion, or $.44 per share, the highest of any quarter in the company's history, GE Chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt announced Friday.

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