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Flex Efficiency Advantage

GE's Flex Efficiency Advantage performs real-time monitoring on power generation equipment. Power plants can react to changes in power demands, grid conditions and fuel supply as they occur, adjusting the amount of energy needed and where it comes from. A 5% increase in energy output can deliver a total of $1 billion in new value for power plants.

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Executive Director- ecomagination

Hope for EVs? Volt sales triple; charging market matures http://zite.to/13ioiGc via @zite. Making an impact.

Stuart L. Dean
Stuart L. Dean

I participated in the US trade mission to Indonesia this week - nice article with GE mention - online.wsj.com/article/SB1000...

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Carlos Haertel
Managing Director, Europe, GE Global Research

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