GE Energy

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Company Overview:

GE Energy, , a leading supplier of power generation technology, energy services and energy management systems, is a subsidiary of General Electric and is headquartered in Atlanta, USA. GE serves the energy sector by developing and deploying technology that helps make efficient use of natural resources. With 90,000 global employees and 2010 revenues of $37.5B, GE Energy is one of the world's leading suppliers of power generation and energy delivery technologies.

GE Wind Energy is a branch of GE Energy, a subsidiary of General Electric. The company manufactures and sells wind turbines to the international market. In 2009, GE was the second largest wind turbine manufacturer in the world.

GE´s Wind Business started in May 2002 and today it has production facilities in Germany, China, and the USA. It employs more than 3.200 people, of which about 800 work at the company's European headquarters in Salzbergen. Its product and services portfolio includes wind turbines with rated capacities between 1.5 to 4 megawatt as well as project management, support services and maintenance. Worldwide, more than 16.000 turbines are installed by GE Wind Energy.

Key Facts:

Head Office
4200 Wildwood Parkway
GA 30339
CEO John Krenicki
Web Address
No of Employees 90,000
Turnover (US $M) 37,514
Financial Year End December


(In $M) 2010 2009 2008
GE Energy Revenues 37,514 40,648 43,046
Segment profit 7,271 7,105 6,497
Revenues break up
Energy 30,854 33,698 36,307
Oil & Gas 7,561 7,743 7,417
Segment profit break up
Energy 6,235 6,045 5,485
Oil & Gas 1,205 1,222 1,127


GE Energy has the following divisions:

  1. GE Energy Services
    1. GE Digital Energy
    2. GE Electrical Distribution
    3. GE Measurement & Control Solutions
  2. GE Oil & Gas
  3. GE Power & Water
    1. GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy (Joint venture with Hitachi, 60% ownership)
    2. GE Jenbacher
    3. GE Water & Process Technologies
    4. GE Wind Energy]