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Wind Technology Powers The Future

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    Wind Technology Powers The Future General Electric Helps Grow the Clean and Fuel Efficient Power Source April 2003 (Newstream) -- Whether it is cars that run
    Message 1 of 1 , May 1 2:42 AM
      Wind Technology Powers The Future

      General Electric Helps Grow the Clean and Fuel
      Efficient Power Source

      April 2003 (Newstream) -- Whether it is cars that run
      on hydrogen or machines using the latest solar
      innovations, companies are making major breakthroughs
      in energy technology that meet today's pricing and
      environmental concerns. Now, the latest breakthroughs
      are being made in one of the world's oldest sources of
      power: wind.

      Wind is a valuable source of energy because it is
      cleaner and more fuel-efficient than other power
      sources. Just last year, General Electric had a record
      6,500 megawatts of new wind generating capacity -
      enough energy to provide electricity to roughly 1.5
      million homes. And wind is becoming one of the fastest
      growing energy sources in the world, with wind energy
      growing 31 percent annually over the last five years.

      GE is promoting the use of wind technology in its
      latest commercial entitled "Galley." In the spot,
      barbarians struggling in a primitive rowing vessel are
      passed by another group of barbarians partying on a
      similar boat that has a sail. The ad is the latest
      commercial in GE's "Imagination at Work" corporate
      image campaign which was launched in January 2003.
      Three previous spots focused on GE's accomplishments
      in the fields of aviation, plastics and medical
      systems. Here is a behind the scenes look at the
      making of "Galley," which debuts on Monday.


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