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Hydrogen Council adds new members including Microsoft and Baker Hughes

The global coalition pushing for a power generation transition to zero carbon hydrogen has added a list of big corporate names to its membership.

Alstom acquisition ‘has made us a much better company’ ” GE power chief

GE celebrates the first anniversary of its acquisition of Alstom on November 2nd and President and CEO of Power Services, Paul McElhinney, says the company's improved scope in terms of offerings is becoming increasingly evident.

GE wins $900m Brazil gas plant deal

GE has won an order worth more than $900m to build what will be the largest gas power plant in Latin America.

Doosan wins $850m clean coal contract in Philippines

Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction has won its first coal-fired power plant contract in the Philippines in almost a decade.

ENTSOE elects GE’s Laurent Schmitt as secretary-general

ENTSO-E, the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity, has selected Laurent Schmitt as its new secretary-general.

GE ‘bullish’ about coal-fired power

General Electric is to ramp up the development of its coal-fired power business.

GE gas chief outlines benefits of Doosan acquisition

President and CEO of GE Gas Power Systems, Joe Mastrangelo has been outlining how the company's acquisition of Doosan's Heat Recovery Steam Generator (HRSG) unit will benefit the company's overall gas-fired power generation offering.

Alstom Power wins turbine generator order for Finnish nuclear plant

Alstom Power Systems, part of GE, will deliver a turbine generator set for Fennovoima's Hanhikivi 1 nuclear power plant in Finland.

GE names new chief of Power Conversion business

GE has appointed Azeez Mohammed as president and chief executive of its Power Conversion business. 

GE-Alstom merge unlocking great potential for power sector

The recent acquisition of Alstom Power has allowed GE to make a significant leap forward in terms of the comprehensive portfolio it can now offer the power industries.