St. Patrick's Day How General Electric is thinking green

GE has long invested in clean  technology, and many of GE’s engineers, scientists and employees consider sustainability a passion project.

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This St Patrick’s Day, which  celebrates all things green, let’s celebrate some of the best innovative  thinking behind sustainability stories around the world.

GE has long invested in clean  technology, and many of GE’s engineers, scientists and employees consider sustainability a passion project. GE is determined to make sure that the  technology of the future is not only profitable, but sustainable as well.

Vegetable Power: Greener Fields  of Kenya Lead Off-Grid Revolution

At a farm in the Great Rift  Valley in Kenya, scientists are turning crop residue into a new energy source  through an anaerobic digestion process. This process will produce as much as  2.8 MW of renewable energy for surrounding communities.

How Does A Wind Turbine Work? With GE’s New EcoROTR, Better Than Ever

In California’s Mojave Desert, GE’s experimental wind turbine, the ecoROTR, has been designed to address the key pain points for wind turbines – cost and efficiency. If this turbine proves successful, it will serve as a model for future wind farms and increase the world’s adoption of wind technology.

This Scientist Has Turned The Tables On Greenhouse Gas, Using CO2 To Generate Clean Electricity

A scientist from GE Global Research  is exploring how to turn the CO2 created as waste by solar plants into  renewable energy, meaning that solar plants can continue to generate power  even in times of little sunlight.

The Smell Of Freshly Cut  Electricity: These Farmers Are Harvesting Power From Grass By The Acre

Farmers in the Philippines are  using elephant grass, an abundant crop in the region, to power a nearby meat  processing plant. They turn the grass into energy rich synthetic gas and use  it to power engines at the plant.

This Nigerian Company Focuses On  Both People And Profits

In order to help their rural  community in Nigeria gain access to reliable electricity, a group of local  engineers came to build a six kW solar-powered mini grid, which powers more  than 140 homes in the town.

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