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Aug 23, 2016
/ Gerardo Rebollar
Have you ever stopped to take a picture of wind turbines stretched across rolling hills? Or, seen Harrison Ford diving into the rushing waters of North Carolina’s Cheoah Dam in The Fugitive...
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Aug 18, 2016
/ Juan M. de Bedout, Ph.D. & Jan Masschelin
About 30% of all carbon emissions come from burning fossil fuels, which are used to generate about 85% of the electricity consumed in modern society. Climate change concerns aside, a...
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Aug 16, 2016
/ Alfredo Andrade de Mello
Imagine, for a moment, what a single second of lost Olympic Games broadcast coverage means — when viewed through the lens of more than 900 million global television viewers1 tuning into the...
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Aug 10, 2016
/ GE Energy Connections
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Aug 08, 2016
/ GE Reports
Of the many GE employees traveling to Rio for the 2016 Olympic Games this month, few are as anxious and as hopeful as Chris Holmes. Sure, Holmes’ co-workers will be under plenty of...
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Aug 05, 2016
/ Nate Manning
When the final inventory of the power distribution and protection systems that GE is delivering to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games is tallied, the numbers will be impressive — 3,000 power backup...
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Aug 02, 2016
/ Saïd Kayal
You have probably heard it said that, “no man is an island.” Back in the 1600s, the man who wrote that, John Donne, was thinking about his connection to mankind and the world as he knew it...
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Jul 20, 2016
/ Raj Thakkar
Progress typically comes in stages, a steady pace of discovery and process refinement driving evolution over time. But sometimes quantum leaps occur. Over the course of four days in a...
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