GE gets its natural energy groove on

GE Energy Truck tourFierceTelecom's colleagues at FierceEnergy took time to visit GE's FlexEfficiency 60 Truck in Waltham, Mass., where Paul Browning, president & CEO of thermal products at GE Energy, talked about how the company's natural gas turbine, with its jet engine-like flexibility, could help power companies manage energy generation more efficiently. In this slideshow, FierceEnergy provides a glimpse of the scale models used to demonstrate GE's new FlexEfficiency 60 power generation portfolio. Slideshow

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