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Convergent orders GE hardware for hybrid solar-storage project in New York: Energy storage solutions provider Convergent Energy + Power will deploy an integrated solar inverter and battery package by GE Renewable Energy
GE Energy Transition Commitments
We are strengthening our commitment to sustainability and setting a goal to become carbon neutral in our facilities and operations by 2030. We are targeting the majority of our progress through absolute reductions of direct emissions and energy use achieved through operational investments, smart power sourcing and elimination of waste.
GE supports the science and goals expressed in the Paris Agreement to reduce global carbon emissions. We joined top companies in calling for an ambitious U.S. climate policy and supported the first-ever global standards regulating aircraft greenhouse gas emissions.
new build coal
Last year, GE announced its planned exit of the new build coal power market. Following this announcement, we are continuing to focus and invest in our core renewable energy and power generation businesses, working to make electricity more sustainable, affordable, reliable and accessible and helping customers to reduce their emissions.
The future of energy
GE is committed to tackling the world’s biggest challenges and believes that climate change is one of the most pressing issues we face today. GE is strategically focused on playing an essential role in helping achieve the global energy transition and building decarbonization solutions for a world that works, and we are uniquely positioned to do so. One-third of the world’s energy is created by GE, 90% of power transmission utilities worldwide are equipped with our technology and 40% of the world’s energy is managed by our software. The world’s largest installed base of nearly 38,000 commercial aircraft engines is powered by GE and our partners.
Our Energy Transition work in action
How The Digital Grid Is Helping Bring More Renewable Energy Online: GE Renewable Energy’s Grid Solutions unit is helping make the electrical grid smarter and more resilient
Power Move: Despite COVID-19, Munich’s new, more-efficient gas turbine arrives on time, supporting Germany’s energy transition
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