As an industry leader in power generation, we work collaboratively with our customers, helping them improve access to reliable and affordable power by harnessing local energy resources as well as implementing innovative power-generation technologies to reduce environmental impact. We’re focused on reducing emission of coal plants with our state-of-the-art technology and are poised as one of the market leaders with a number of AQCS projects and key-service projects in the country.
We strive to add value to the industry while being a responsible organization that gives back to society through various initiatives. It also rises above and beyond its corporate capabilities through community building with its continuous CSR activities such as rural development, healthcare and sanitation, facilities for senior citizens, and employment enhancing vocation skills.
GE Steam Power has been a long-standing partner to the nuclear industry for decades. We have provided steam technology and services to our nuclear customers since the industry’s early days.
From boiler optimizations for coal power plants to boiler services for pulp & paper plants, GE provides extensive industrial boiler maintenance solutions.
Discover how GE's vast portfolio of steam turbine services covers all major fleets, from operations and maintenance to performance and lifetime improvement.
GE Steam Power has the technical expertise, history of excellence, and equipment knowledge to properly service your air quality control systems.
The steam power industry has never been more demanding. Operating budgets are tighter and the need for flexibility is more critical than ever. These changes make it even more imperative to have steam power plant services with capabilities and flexibility to match.
Can GE help make your steam power plant more efficient and profitable? Yes.
Can GE help to upgrade my equipment? Yes.
Can GE lower your plants emissions to meet the most stringent environmental requirements? Yes.
Can GE’s air quality control systems technology help in reducing power plant emissions in the country? Yes.