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ecomagination

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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GE unveils power plant in Paris

Natural gas plant with solar and wind integration can maximize efficiency while adhering to EU emissions standards, company claims.

By May 25, 2011

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GE invests in 'boats to blades' wind manufacturer

General Electric's renewable energy financing business backs wind turbine blade maker TPI Composites which raises $20 million in a series B round.

By January 22, 2009

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GE challenge seeds consumer clean-tech start-ups

In its green business plan contest, General Electric and venture capitalists put $68 million in home energy start-ups to bring their products to market.

By June 23, 2011