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GE Ecomagination 2010 Annual Report

Solutions for the Worlds Toughest Challenges shows how ecomagination is a competitive force for growth across GEs businesses. With more than $85...


Building GE's Ecomagination 'ecosystem' (Q & A)

Mark Vachon, the recently tapped head of GE's green-tech push, plans to expand internationally and form partnerships to get cleaner products to the "tipping point."

By May 6, 2011


GE's next Ecomagination challenge: Home energy

At CES, General Electric sponsors an entrepreneurial challenge to gather and fund the best ideas focused on home energy management and on-site power production.

By January 7, 2011


GE to invest $10 billion in Ecomagination initiative

Company is increasing its investment in its green-tech R&D program Ecomagination but is toning down growth estimates.

By June 24, 2010


GE to lower water use, raise Ecomagination target

Conglomerate commits to reducing its water usage by 20 percent by 2012, while increasing its investments in clean tech.

By May 28, 2008


Stirring GE's Ecomagination

Lorraine Bolsinger, who heads a major energy-efficiency initiative at General Electric, says companies can make green while being green. Photos: Inside GE's clean-tech labs

By October 26, 2007


GE sponsors 'Ecomagination' contest for college students

Company partners with MTVU to encourage students to come up with innovative ways to make their campuses more environmentally friendly.

By August 28, 2006


GE boosts bets on battery technology

Part of its $17 billion Ecomagination initiative, GE is increasing research in batteries for transportation and energy storage on the electricity grid.

By October 29, 2008


GE to plow $1 billion into clean tech research

"We have our own clean tech fund here," says GE's vice president of Ecomagination program.

By October 23, 2007


GE chief: All engines go for alternative energy

Jeffrey Immelt, who spearheaded GE's Ecomagination initiative, sees favorable conditions for investment in a range of energy technologies. Photos: MIT's Energy 2.0 conference

By March 12, 2007