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GE Measurement & Control Solutions is a leading innovator in sensor-based measurement, non-destructive testing and inspection, asset condition monitoring, control solutions, and radiation measurement. We deliver accuracy, productivity and safety to a wide range of industries, including oil & gas, power generation, aerospace, transportation and healthcare. We have more than 40 facilities in 25 countries around the world and are part of GE Energy Services, which provides cleaner, smarter, more efficient solutions for its customers.
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2018
3 Sep

GE Power

GE Power, owned by General Electric, are a world leader in power generation.
2017
21 Dec

Wood awarded construction management contract

Wood has been appointed by GE Energy Financial Services and Green Investment Group Limited as the owner's engineer on the 650MW Markbygden ETT Onshore Wind Farm located in Swedish Lapland near the town of Piteå.
2015
19 Jan

Enerdyne Solutions

2013
17 Apr

Wireless Sensor Deployments in Industrial Applications

GE Energy Germany GmbH, Germany
4 Apr

Q&A on energy harvesting, wireless sensors, wireless sensor networks

IDTechEx recently contacted some of the most prominent potential users of energy harvesting, wireless sensor and wireless sensor networks, trying to gauge the state of the technology, as well as the barriers for adoption that might delay further implementations in different verticals. The questions were simple, although the answers rarely are.
2012
22 Oct

NYSERDA awards $2M for new batteries and supercapacitors

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority has awarded $250,000 to each of eight companies and research centers to develop working prototypes for a wide range of energy-storage technologies.
23 Jul

GE to expand battery start-up in New York's capital region

GE Energy Storage business expected to go from lab to $1 billion global operation in several years.
2011
19 Sep

PSA Peugeot Citroën and General Electric in EV deal

PSA Peugeot Citroën and General Electric sign a european commercial cooperation agreement for the co-develoment of innovative solutions in the field of electric mobility.
5 Sep

Western Australia's first utility-scale solar PV project under way

First Solar, Verve Energy, GE unit and GE Energy Financial Services announced that Australia's first utility-scale solar power project is under way. Output from the 10-megawatt AC project on 80 hectares of cleared land 50km southeast of Geraldton will contribute to offsetting the energy requirements of the Southern Seawater Desalination Plant.
23 Jun

Keynote Presentations at IDTechEx Energy Harvesting and WSN Europe

Keynote Presentations at IDTechEx Energy Harvesting and WSN Europe, Munich, 21 June 2011.
21 Jun

Condition Monitoring on Machines using Wireless Systems and Energy Harvesters

GE Energy Germany GmbH, Germany
21 Mar

1 City, 100 million sensors

In the PlanIT Valley project from the Living PlanIT team there will be 100 million sensors deployed over 17 km2 - an area equivalent to Manhattan Island, New York City - to seamlessly embed and connect an entire city with Wireless Sensor Networks.
2010
2 Dec

GE and venture capital partners invest $55 million in new technology

GE and its venture capital partners have announced a collective investment of $55 million in leading power grid technology companies as part of the $200 million "GE ecomagination Challenge."
17 Sep

TSMC begins building solar R&D center and fab in central Taiwan

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company enters into the thin-film solar photovoltaic (PV) market.
19 Mar

GE and Juice Technologies enter the mainstream with PEV charge devices

GE and Juice Technologies are jointly developing intelligent plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) charging devices for the U.S. and global markets. The chargers integrate GE's smart meters with Juice Technology's Plug Smart engine to help consumers charge their cars during low-demand, lower cost time periods