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Who We Are

GE Gas Power engineers cleaner, more accessible energy that people depend on, powering growth and prosperity everywhere. 
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The world is changing, and GE Gas Power is changing with it. Today, 1.2 billion people lack access to reliable power. In 2015 alone, the largest source of electricity generation in the U.S. was fueled by gas—and  25% of power added in the next decade will be gas power. GE is re-emerging from our recent challenging business cycle with a mission to engineer cleaner, more accessible energy that people depend on, powering growth and prosperity everywhere. 


There’s a lot to absorb as you’re getting started. Below, we’ve outlined key pieces of information to review when it comes to getting to know our company. ​​​
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Learn About Who We Are
  1. Understand our company a bit better by exploring who we are and reviewing our leadership team.

  2. Familiarize yourself with our brand guidelines to gain an understanding of our history and voice.

  3. Visit our Knowledge Base to learn about the basics of electricity, how a gas turbine works, the ins and outs of combined cycle power plants, and why gas is good.

Stay Connected
  1. Follow GE Gas Power on Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter and Instagram.

  2. Follow General Electric on Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter and Instagram.

  3. Check out the GE Power Blog and YouTube channel.

  4. Join relevant Yammer sites. Search for relevant groups to follow.

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Dive a Little Deeper
  1. Type in GE Acronym Bot on Skype to learn our internal acronyms.

  2. Gain an understanding of our financials, our compliance guidelines and explore our contracts & pricing portal.

Discover Even More
  1. Learn about our stance on Diversity & Inclusion.

  2. Watch our videos about Preventing Workplace Violence, Physical Security & Safety.

  3. Explore Integrity at GE.

  4. Review GE’s annual report and watch GE in the news.

  5. Shop GE Gear.

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