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Intelligent Energy: How the Industrial Internet Is Making Lighting Systems Smart

Intelligent Energy: How the Industrial Internet Is Making Lighting Systems Smart

This piece was originally published in the February 2017 issue of electroindustry. Joseph Howley, Manager, Industry Relations, Current, powered by GE It wasn’t long ago that the Internet of Things (IoT) completely changed the consumer technology landscape. From phones and televisions to appliances and light bulbs, everyday products are suddenly “smart” and helping people complete tasks, find information, and interact more efficiently–accurately and in real time. Now, the same is Read more […]

Electrifying the World

Electrifying the World

This piece was originally published in the December 2016 issue of electroindustry. Tomi Motoi, GE Representative to the International Energy Agency (IEA) Economics and Investment Office The energy system drives today’s economic and social progress. According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), global energy investment in 2015 accounted for nearly 2.4 percent of global GDP. Electricity, including networks, accounted for 37 percent of this investment,[1] serving worldwide energy Read more […]

Size Matters: Making Big Smaller

Size Matters: Making Big Smaller

This piece was originally published in the July 2016 issue of electroindustry. Jim Montgomery, Senior Product Manager, GE’s Critical Power business Lowering the cost while increasing the efficiency of power conversion at data centers—that is, turning alternating current (AC) power into usable, efficient, and reliable direct current (DC) power for sensitive and power-hungry servers—is a major and often contradictory power design challenge facing the industry. This challenge is Read more […]