Producer of jet engines and thermal power plant turbines argues that the engineering challenges it must solve to reach net zero emissions represent 'strategic opportunities' for the company
General Electric (GE) has announced it is aiming to reach net zero emissions by mid-century across the end use of all the equipment it sells, which currently includes jet engines, thermal power plant turbines,...
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