Wednesday, August 4, 2021

There’s A Hat For That: Smart Helmet Helps Bring Indian Power...

Top image: A technician works on a circuit breaker switch box at HPGCL hydroelectric power site in Yamuna Nagar, India. Image credit: GE Renewable...

Rising to the challenges of the energy transition

GE has announced a comprehensive goal to achieve carbon neutrality for the company’s operations by 2030. Keep track of GE's Chairman and CEO, Larry Culp,...

Digital Wind: High-Powered Computing Helps Scientists Grasp Airflows At Offshore Wind...

https://youtu.be/-GJYHELVSYY At its theoretical peak, the Summit supercomputer at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, can calculate in one second...

Untangled: How Lean Management Helped A Huge GE Turbine Factory Find...

"If a problem gets brought up and it isn't addressed, people just grow apathetic or complacent,” says Nathalie Deney, an engineer in GE’s Operations Management...

Untangled: How Lean Management Helped A Huge GE Turbine Factory Find...

In the last half-century, the GE Gas Power plant in Greenville, South Carolina, has experienced the same kind of dizzying roller coaster ride as...

The Network Effect: The Internet Of Electricity Is Coming and This...

It’s small, aluminum and barely larger than a hardcover book. But just like the dial-up modem a few decades ago, the device is helping...

That’s Hot: This Lung-Inspired 3D-Printed Part For Cooling CO2 Could Take...

When Charles Parsons invented the steam turbine in 1884, it was a monumental advance. More than a century later, engineers are still relying on...

This News Will (Space) Rock You: NASA’s New Horizons Probe Snaps...

Just after midnight on New Year’s Day, NASA scientists got an extra reason to pop the champagne — and it came shaped like a...

Silver Bullet: As Train Traffic Soars, This Technology Offers A Light...

by Tomas KellnerThe Brits and the French have spent centuries locked in a complex relationship stretching from the Norman conquest to Monty Python’s “Holy Grail”...