“Securing our collective energy future means everyone must be on board to design a diversified, innovative global energy system that draws on different fuel sources and technologies,” says Joseph Anis, President and CEO of GE Power in the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia.
With the addition of Phase 3, Besmaya Power Plant will become even larger, capable of generating up to 4.5 gigawatts (GW) in total
Japanese export credit agency and private financial institutions, under insurance cover by the government of Japan, co-finance GE’s flagship power plant in Sharjah, UAE
GE will also service up to seven GE 9E gas turbines at the facility throughout 2019, including maintenance, supply of parts and rehabilitation
Joseph Anis, President & CEO, Power Services, Africa, South Asia and the Middle East, GE Power, speaks to UME about GE’s strategy to address power shortage in Iraq
Joseph Anis, President & CEO, GE Power Services, Africa, South Asia & Middle East, speaks to Utilities Middle East about the GCC's fast changing power landscape and how GE is responding to new demand trends
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