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GE Power & New York State Power Authority Team Up To Improve Energy Infrastructure

GE Power and the New York State Power Authority have announced an agreement in which the former will provide software that will monitor, analyze, and enhance the performance of the latter’s electricity generating assets to improve efficiency, reliability, and cost-effectiveness. The announcement, made earlier this month, will see the two collaborate to help accelerate the New [&hellip GE Power & New York State Power Authority Team Up To Improve Energy Infrastructure was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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