GE steps up eco-technology

Odriscoll, Cath
June 2006
ICIS Chemical Business;6/5/2006, Vol. 1 Issue 22, p37
Trade Publication
The article reports on the partnership between U.S. industrial firm General Electric and China's National Development and Reform Commission to expand cooperation on advanced environmental technologies which target energy efficiency, water treatment, transport and lighting, among other applications. The partnership aims to apply advanced technologies to address some of China's significant energy requirements and challenges over the availability of natural resources.


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