When GE Energy first started the company’s electric power revolution, it was called “energy security,” a phrase that seemed to make sense to the company, but it was a far cry from today’s reality.
GE has been steadily increasing its efficiency in the last 20 years, but the company still had a long way to go to get there.
As a result, GE Energy, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of GE Capital, began investing in renewable energy as a way to reduce its carbon footprint.
When GE Energy started investing in renewables, it wasn’t a big deal for GE, because the company had already invested in solar, wind, and other renewables.
GE was an investor in solar because it wanted to get its energy to market, and SolarCity, which GE Capital owns, had a similar idea: the company wanted to take advantage of cheap energy that would be cheap to produce and install on its customers’ rooftops.
SolarCity’s solar program was the first of its kind in the United States.
GE Capital had already been investing in solar since 2002.
In 2005, GE launched SolarCity as a wholly-owned subsidiary of the company and it was the largest private company to offer a solar service in the country.
In the United Kingdom, SolarCity and GE Capital partnered to build the largest solar power plant in the world.
SolarCity installed a record-breaking 1.6 gigawatts of solar power in the UK.
In the United Arab Emirates, GE Capital also began investing, with the company buying power from Dubai’s Abu Dhabi Power Station, and investing in a power generation plant.
The first solar plant in Britain was built in the middle of the night, with GE Capital funding the construction.
Then in 2008, GE started investing more in renewables as a means to reduce emissions.
GE Energy invested $20 million in a partnership with SunPower, which had been developing and selling solar panels to power a fleet of passenger cars and trucks.
At the same time, GE was making investments in renewables in China.
In 2011, GE invested $40 million in SunPower’s solar project in Zhejiang province.
SunPower was also looking for more green jobs.
But as solar became more popular in the U.S., it also became more expensive to install.
This was a major problem for GE.
In 2012, GE spent $3 billion to buy a controlling stake in solar giant SolarCity for $5.7 billion.
By 2013, GE’s investment in solar was so large that it was nearly two-thirds of the total value of the solar business.
GE invested more than $20 billion in solar in 2013 alone.
During this period, GE had a clear vision for the future of its business.
After its initial investment in SolarCity was announced in the fall of 2013, the company announced a plan to expand its investments in renewable energies by about 20 percent.
One of the biggest questions GE asked its investors and analysts was what it would look like in five years.
GE said it would be a major contributor to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and it would also be a significant source of income for the company.
GE’s investments would have an impact on the environment and help to address the climate change challenges that GE had set out to solve.
On the one hand, GE hoped to create a carbon neutral power source that could be easily replaced by other energy sources that were cheaper to produce.
On the other hand, the companies goals for solar were not aligned with the climate goals of the companies leaders, which were to be a large carbon-neutral energy source and to reduce greenhouse gas pollution.
GE also saw a conflict between its desire to be carbon neutral and the goal of lowering the cost of renewable energy, which would require GE to be more efficient.
Despite these concerns, GE made good on its investment promises and invested in renewable electricity.
More than $9 billion was invested in GE’s solar energy investments by 2013, and in 2016 GE Capital sold its stake in Solar City to SunPower for $6.6 billion.
SunTech has also invested in renewables.
SunEdison, which has been working to build solar power plants in South Africa, announced in 2017 that it would invest $5 billion in a project in South America that would help solar power reach 50 percent of the energy consumed in the region.
SunTec, which operates the world’s largest solar photovoltaic (PV) factory, said it had invested in the project and would be adding solar panels in 2017.
These investments are a clear demonstration that GE Energy has a vision for solar and energy.
The company is investing in energy that is cheap and available, and GE is making investments to achieve that vision.
However, the next big investment in renewable power will come from the Chinese government, which in 2020 is expected to open a new solar power project, the largest in the globe,