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GE Energy Financial Services

GE Energy Financial Services (EFS), a division of General Electric (GE), provides financial and technological investment in energy infrastructure projects around the world. EFS is active within industries such as power generation and distribution, oil and gas, pipelines and storage, water, venture capital, and renewable energy. EFS portfolios include deepwater oil and gas exploration in Brazil and water pipeline projects in Jordan.

GE EFS has invested billions of dollars in solar industry. One of their most recent investment is 127-megawatt solar farm in Arlington, Arizona which is about 40 miles west of Phoenix.[1]

Partial list of projects

References

  1. ^ Reuters (29 February 2012). "GE Unit Buys Stake in Arizona Solar Project". 

External links

  • Official website
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