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Inside GE’s energy transformation

Evolving to meet the challenges of change is what we do. One thing that will never change is our commitment to deliver more affordable, sustainable energy to people around the world. Together with our customers, we are co-creating the future of energy.

Go behind the scenes with GE employees as they travel to customer sites, manufacturing facilities, and test labs to discover how GE and our customers are developing the energy technologies of the future and improving the power networks we depend on today.

A Power Grid Built for the Future

As the energy industry shifts towards a broader mix of fuels and sources, the grid must also evolve to adapt and deliver reliable power. Host John Dyer travels to the Philadelphia Navy Yard to see how microgrids and GE’s digital grid technology can help customers reduce emissions and energy cost, and increase resilience while getting the reliable, sustainable energy they need.

About the host: John Dyer is the compressor aeromechanics technical leader for GE’s gas turbine business in Greenville, SC. John enjoys testing gas turbines in GE’s test stands and at customer sites all over the world. In his free time he likes to travel and find adventure in the outdoors, from hiking and surfing to electric skateboarding and traveling the back roads with his wife in their old VW camper van.

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GE's Cutting Edge Manufacturing Technology

Learn how ant-like robots, acrobatic drones and 3D-printed turbine parts are bringing us even closer to the future of energy. Join Beth Exley as she uncovers how innovative manufacturing and services technologies are increasing efficiency and output for GE’s customers around the world. You can learn more about GE’s Global Research Center here.

About the host: Beth Exley is a mechanical team leader in combustion design, based in North America. She enjoys complex technical challenges, and runs on a steady stream of coffee and excitement.

Energy Storage: Meeting Clean and Reliable Energy Goals

Renewable energy is on the rise, but with that comes uncertainty. GE can bring power to the grid when the sun doesn't shine or the wind doesn’t blow. Our host, Abdul Sami Tariq, travels to GE’s Global Research Center in New York to uncover how different technologies, like GE’s battery storage solution, can help provide reliable power despite the weather. Learn more about GE’s energy storage technology here.

About the host: Abdul Sami Tariq is a senior analytics engineer for GE’s power generation services businesses in Dubai, UAE. Sami works on AI, immersive solutions, and advanced analytics to drive business innovation. He loves mountain climbing, performing arts and is a singer/songwriter.

Fast Power at Any Hour

More than 1 billion people still lack access to electricity globally. Fast, reliable power solutions like GE’s TM2500 technology are helping bridge the energy gap. Our host, Guillermo Escobar, travels to Angola to see how a customer is using the TM2500 to generate enough energy to power more than 24,000 households in Camama. Learn more about GE’s Fast Power gas solutions here.

About the host: Guillermo Escobar is a project manager for GE’s Gas Power business in Latin America. He loves the outdoors, soccer and dancing, and enjoys exploring different cities for street art and unusual restaurants.

The HA Gas Turbine

Meet the Makers

GE’s HA is the largest and most efficient gas turbine in the world today. There are hundreds of employees who have put thousands of hours into designing, building, selling, installing, and servicing these machines. In this video series, Meet the Makers, hear from just a few of these talented people who have forged the path in making the GE HA the success that it is today.

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John Lammas, VP of Technology

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Gary Wiesner, Assembly Operations Leader

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Ashley Meenaghan, Lead Testing Engineer

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Amy Wallace, Sales Account Manager

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Steve Hartman, VP of Technology