We are a proud partner to India’s industrial growth and technology development since 1902.
We are a proud partner to India’s industrial growth and technology development since 1902. With our local partners and customers, we have pioneered industrial solutions of the future. Solutions that make a difference to millions of lives every day. It’s all part of our unwavering commitment to building a world that works for everyone.
From setting up a hydroelectric power station in Karnataka in 1902, to building high-powered locomotives for the Indian Railways, and playing a vital role in India’s goal of self-reliance, we continue on our transformation journey in India.
With 12 local manufacturing facilities, and 5 technology centers, GE today works across some of the most important sectors of the economy – aviation, energy, power and renewable energy.
Turning the wheels of innovation for 120 years in India
Backed by our manufacturing facilities and technology centres across Bengaluru, Pune, Chennai, Mumbai, Noida, and Hyderabad, GE in India is leading the course in developing the future of energy and sustainable aviation.
We build for India and the world
Backed by our multi-modal facility in Pune and 11 other manufacturing facilities and technology centers in Bengaluru, Chennai, Mumbai, Noida and Hyderabad, GE is leading the future of energy, and return to flight.
Our John F. Welch Technology Center (JFWTC) in Bengaluru is the largest integrated multidisciplinary research and development center outside the US. The 50-acre campus, set up with $220 million in investments, houses a GE Global Research Center and engineering teams. More than 3,500 scientists, researchers and technologists work here on technologies that will help build a sustainable world.
Over the years, the team in India has helped with technology breakthroughs and product innovation in areas such as wind power, gas power, jet engines, materials, and additive manufacturing.
Since its inception in September 2000, the teams at JFWTC have contributed to more than 4,000 GE patent applications in a range of industries including aviation and energy.
We combine global knowledge with local expertise
The world seeks real answers to the challenges of tomorrow. Our scientists, engineers, coders, builders, innovators, and inventors are breaking boundaries in this quest. We draw our strength from our global experience, strong local expertise, and our access to industry specialists worldwide. With its pioneering heritage and deep industry expertise, our customers trust us to address the challenges through disruptive global energy transition and decarbonization solutions for a world that works.
We are powered by our people
People who see challenges differently, see the world differently. Their actions and energy bring our purpose alive day after day, helping the world work more efficiently, reliably, and safely. Over 14,000 employees in India are at the very heart of our being. Our talent is diverse, dedicated and works with the highest integrity. Our leadership behaviors of humility, transparency and focus unite us as we rise to every challenge innovatively, always in search of a better way.
GE Milestones in India
Established a hydropower plant in Karnataka
Established GE Steam Power Durgapur. First boiler manufacturing facility in India and sole boiler pressure parts manufacturer of GE South East Asia
Setup a nuclear reactor at Tarapur
First CF6-50C2 on an Air India Airbus aircraft
LM2500 AIT and MRO license agreement with Hindustan Aeronautics Limited
F404-F2J3 first engine delivered for installation into LCA
Partnered with Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) to provide after-market services for gas turbines. Established second manufacturing plant in JV with Bharat Electronics to make detectors, high voltage tank, and X-ray generator.
Jack Welch Technology Center established in Bengaluru for research and development
Delivered the first engine for Tejas, an Indian combat jet
24 F404-GE-IN20 order for LCA Mk1 Batch 1
Established multi-modal facility at Pune
Designed and launched a special low-wind speed turbine for India