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In the global rail industry, we're putting locomotives on the tracks that will move freight more efficiently than ever before.

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In the global rail industry, we're putting locomotives on the tracks that will move freight more efficiently than ever before.

The PowerHaul Locomotive, GEʼs most technologically advanced to date, is solving the toughest rail challenges.

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Metric tons of CO2 emissions avoided annually by operating a PowerHaul at full utilization under a typical duty cycle. Equal to taking 76 cars off the road in Europe. 

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THOUSAND: Number of parts shipped from Erie, PA to Tulomsas for each PowerHaul assembly.

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Liters of fuel saved annually by the PowerHaul compared to other locomotives in Europe today. 

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From Pennsylvania to Turkey: See how GE Works in Turkey to build the PowerHaul locomotive.

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The PowerHaul has best-in-class haulage capabilities and fuel efficiency, but what exactly does that mean? Choose your cargo and one of the three PowerHaul routes to see how much it can tow.
The Powerhaul Locomotive can tow - equal to - : a 9% increase in fuel efficiency over its GE predecessor.
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GE PowerHaul Locomotive

Designed for high pulling power, the PowerHaul™ Series is GE's most technologically advanced, fuel-efficient and low-emissions diesel-electric locomotive to date designed for European standards. The PowerHaul features a flexible platform that readily adapts to local requirements.

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In London, we are making sure that the world's best athletes have world-class medical technologies.

GE works by creating an advanced Polyclinic right in the heart of the Olympic Village.

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Athletes and team officials who will have access to the GE Polyclinic.

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Heartbeats of an average Olympian since loading this page - 32 beats per minute less than an average person.

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Pounds of healthcare technology GE donated to the new neonatal unit at Homerton University Hospital.

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GE Medical Technology MRI Scan

GE Discovery MR750w and Optima MR450w

The GE Discovery MR750w wide bore 3T and Optima MR450w wide bore 1.5T MRI scanners are designed for a better patient experience during an exam by naturally following the contours of the human body. Each system offers exceptional image quality of bones, joints and muscles to the clinicians working at the Olympic Polyclinic for a more confident diagnosis of an athlete's injuries. GE is helping clinicians cure with medical technology at the Olympics.

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Know more about GE Sponsorship of London 2012 Olympic Games with GE Interactive London 2012 map.

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In Jenbach, Austria, we're making gas engines that turn waste into environmentally beneficial power.

GE works by powering the planet with the Jenbacher gas engine.

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Number of Jenbacher gas engines that will provide power to energy centers at the 2012 London Olympics.

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Number of homes powered by the Jenbacher gas engines at the Great Northern Hydroponics Greenhouse.

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KW of electrical output produced by a Jenbacher cogeneration plant using the waste of 2,500 cows.

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See how GE's Jenbacher gas engine affects your family's dinner.

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Quality testing where a flywheel's dimensions are checked by quality engineer, Georg Astner.

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Diagrams showing different cylinder heads.

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Gear wheel housing for the J920, technician, Wolfgang Rauter.

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Various Jenbacher gas engines with their air exhausts installed.

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GE's Gas Engines headquarter in Jenbach, Austria.

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Engine assembly for the J624 with technician, Franz Lechthaler.

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Exterior shot of GE's Gas Engines site in Jenbach, Austria.

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Aerial shot of Hall 23. Electrical engineering— the final stage before shipping—takes place here.

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A Jenbacher gas engine at the overhaul facility.

GE's Jenbacher J620 Gas Engine

GE's Jenbacher J620 Gas Engine

Learn more about the Jenbacher gas engines that power the Great Northern Hydroponics Greenhouse in Ontario, Canada.

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Meet the GE people working to power the world with cleaner energy.

In 2011, we invested in the businesses and technologies that will drive economic growth for the next decade.

GE works by providing our partners and customers with solutions that make the world work better.

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2011 GE Annual Report

To read the full financial and strategic highlights of 2011, including a letter to shareowners from Jeffrey R. Immelt, download the 2011 GE Annual Report or view it on your iPad.

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