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Generally Energy

GE unloads $1B energy assets portfolio to Apollo The changes continue at General Electric, and there appears to be no end in sight. It seems like we alternate every other week reporting something major from the once-revered, now-questionable industrial giant. This week’s portion: energy assets. One billion dollars worth of which were unloaded as GE […]

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Record In Store?

PG&E proposal would ink over triple the amount of Tesla’s Australian array Pacific Gas & Electric, California’s main utility and one of the largest suppliers of power in the country, is eyeing a record in the energy storage world with a bold proposal. The company wants to convert three natural gas plants into battery storage […]

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Gator Aid

Alligator found in wastewater treatment system in…Pennsylvania? Quite the list of animal oddities we’re compiling, no? This one might top them all: an alligator was discovered in a wastewater treatment system by two workers in…Pennsylvania. The Keystone State is surely not known for its reptiles. The Bayou State, however, is, and that’s where this story […]

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Aftermarket Alliance

Electric Machinery Co. (WEG) teams up with Cotter and Axis Electric Machinery Co., Inc., of Minneapolis, a member of the global industrial group WEG, has entered an alliance with two U.S. providers of electromechanical services. The first, S.T. Cotter Turbine Services, Inc., of Clearwater, Minn., is a provider of services, maintenance, and repair of industrial […]

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