About GE Steam Power
GE Steam Power offers a broad portfolio of technologies and services—predominantly for nuclear and coal power plants—helping customers deliver reliable power as they transition to a lower-carbon future. With more than 30% of the world’s steam turbine installed capacity and 50% of the world's steam turbines operating in nuclear power plants, GE Steam Power’s technologies and services are being applied to power plants that produce more than half of the world’s electricity today.
Dan Janki is the President & CEO of GE Power Portfolio and a Senior Vice President of GE. In this role, he is responsible for leading the company's strategy on technology, solutions, and services across the Steam Power, Power Conversion, and GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy businesses. Dan has held this role since October 2020. He’s also Chairman of GE Capital, North American Life and Health. Prior to this, he was Senior Vice President, Business Transformation, focused primarily on the repositioning GE’s power businesses.
Dan joined GE in 1992 as a member of the Financial Management Program (FMP) and rose through a succession of roles to become Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for GE Equity, a division of GE Capital. During his time at GE, Dan has served as CFO for GE Consumer Finance Americas, Vice President of Investor Relations, and CFO of GE Energy Infrastructure, which included GE’s Renewables, Power, and Oil & Gas businesses. In 2012, he was appointed CEO of GE Energy Management and, in 2014, he became Treasurer of GE and GE Capital. In 2016, he took on the added responsibility of overseeing Global Operations.
Dan graduated from The Ohio State University with degrees in Finance and Accounting. He and his wife Terri, live in Atlanta with their three children.