World's hardest-headed companies decides there's money to be made in wind turbines
You know that wind power isn’t all a load of hot air when one of the world’s hardest-headed companies decides there’s money to be made in wind turbines.
What innovations will occur if we set higher standards for cleaner energy? John Krenicki, GE Energy
GE Power is one of the world’s biggest makers of power-generating machinery like turbines that transform gas, steam, wind, sun or moving water into electricity in 120 countries.
It has just signed a $1.4bn contract to supply wind turbines for a wind farm in Oregon that will generate enough electricity for 235,000 homes.
John Krenicki, the president and chief executive of GE Energy, talked to Steve Evans about the changing economics of wind power.