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GE shows off new power generation system

Cleaner technology utilizes natural gas

Tom Dreisbach, left, FlexEfficiency 60 plant manager, on Monday discusses a gas turbine with, from left, Khine Win, Gregory Jimenez, Tom Silva and Dan Reynolds, all of the Generator Systems team on the FlexEfficiency 60 Truck Tour.
Tom Dreisbach, left, FlexEfficiency 60 plant manager, on Monday discusses a gas turbine with, from left, Khine Win, Gregory Jimenez, Tom Silva and Dan Reynolds, all of the Generator Systems team on the FlexEfficiency 60 Truck Tour.
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The black, 18-wheel tractor-trailer that sat in a parking lot on the General Electric campus Monday was dwarfed by Building 273, an enormous structure where steam turbines and generators are built. But the small-looking truck housed a big picture — a comprehensive view of how the components produced in the nearby building will play an integral part in the company’s new FlexEfficiency 60 power generation technology. The truck, which is in the middle of a ...


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manjoe
November 6, 2012
7:55 a.m.

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What about GE's new power generation system? This story has a headline without a verb. Headlines are sentences and require verbs! That's journalism 101!

beach54
November 7, 2012
11:05 a.m.

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"shows" or "show off" is the verb: That's elementary school grammar!
GE shows off new power generation system

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