United States

It was in the U.S. in 1878 that Thomas Edison delivered his first invention, which later powered the world. Today, GE Energy continues to drive unparalleled innovation that powers people’s lives at home, at work, and on the go. Each day, the innovators at GE Energy discover new ways to make the world’s energy cleaner, greener, and more efficient, with a solutions portfolio that spans a variety of flexible technologies.

Regional Considerations

With more than 2,370 U.S. patents filed – and growing – the United States is the nucleus of GE Energy’s North America global research center and home of the company’s global headquarters and several manufacturing sites. Every day, in labs, offices, and manufacturing sites throughout the 50 states, GE employees are bringing new ideas and advanced technologies to life, providing solutions to some of the industry’s toughest challenges. Because regardless of what tomorrow holds, there always will be a need for responsible power.