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GE to fill hefty order

Algerian utility buying turbines and generators

Building 37 at the General Electric plant is one of Schenectady's iconic building, largely because of the lighted sign with the company's name and logo.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Building 37 at the General Electric plant is one of Schenectady's iconic building, largely because of the lighted sign with the company's name and logo.
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General Electric is ready to fulfill one of the largest orders the Schenectady manufacturing facility has ever seen in its 121-year history. The company just signed off on three contracts worth $2.7 billion to build 26 gas turbines, 12 steam turbines and 38 generators for Sonelgaz, Algeria’s state-run electricity and gas company. The agreement includes equipment and services that will help strengthen the North African country’s power sector, boost its electricity grid, and meet a ...


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