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New GE project may result in cleaner energy

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Scientists at General Electric Global Research in Niskayuna will soon start work on developing sensors for monitoring carbon dioxide underground, where it is hot enough to boil water and the pressure is the equivalent to four miles under the ocean. The project is a $1.2 million joint venture between GE Global Research and the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory, with the hope of building a multipoint sensing system of underground wells of ...

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