the global climate mitigation of the Cologne, Germany – representatives of leading international energy companies visit this week Europe 2009 (PGE) in the trade fair Power-Gen, to talk about global climate change and the impact of the economic crisis on the global energy industry. On the PGE executives from GE will show you ways, as customers can meet the challenges of climate change, by installing more energy-efficient technologies for energy generation and transmission, to help reduce regional greenhouse gas emissions. Steve Bolze, President and CEO of GE power & water, and Ricardo Cordoba, President of GE Energy Western Europe and North Africa, will present cost-effective, cleaner production technologies, which already used as example systems that consume the less fossil fuels, or those who use the alternative and renewable energy sources. Bolze and Cordoba will discuss also legislative reforms which are needed to the production and delivery renewable and alternative energy to increase, to protect water resources, and the regional economic development to promote. Many customers have already assumed a pioneering role and show that an effective policy to combat climate change must first recognize that each region has its own, unique energy resources and challenges\”, said Bolze.
GE’s global technology solutions are a good example of this strategy, because they offer greater fuel flexibility, with the projects create themselves, which are tailored to and ecologically and economically sustainable on the customers our customers.\” At the local level to promote greater fuel flexibility and power selection, GE collaborates with many European energy companies, to increase the efficiency, reliability and capacity of transmission networks, more alternative energies can be fed. GE Energy delivers its smart for example 90,000 Meter\”at Gothenburg energy, the leading energy company in West Sweden, with which customers can control their energy consumption and associated costs.