GE looks to deal with government on coal plants

US-based energy giant General Electric (GE) hopes to finalise an agreement with the Ministry of Mines and Energy by November that would see the Kingdom’s coal and gas plants using emissions-monitoring technology for the first time, company executives said yesterday. ...

Kali Kotoski

General Electric signs sales agreement for 135Mw coal plant

Us-based energy giant General Electric (GE) signed a sales agreement yesterday to outfit the new 135-megawatt coal-fired plant in Preah Sihanouk province that is being constructed by a subsidiary of Japanese electronics manufacturer Toshiba. ...

Hor Kimsay

GE to help electrify Cambodia

A partnership with General Electric (GE), the Boston-based American multinational conglomerate, will be the best way forward for Cambodia to meet its 2035 goal of reducing carbon dioxide emissions by three million tons annually and electrifying 100 percent of rural areas, representatives from the company ...

Sok Chan

Power-grid study to tackle supply problems

U.S. conglomerate General Electric (GE) on Thursday inked a $1 million deal with Cambodia’s state-owned Electricite du Cambodge (EdC) to conduct a six-month study to identify weaknesses in Cambodia’s electrical grid with the aim of enhancing the reliability of the power supply. According to the EdC, ...

George Styllis and Kang Sothear

GE signs deal with Cambodia to improve power grid

The U.S.-based conglomerate General Electric (GE) signed an agreement with Cambodia’s state- owned Electricite du Cambodge (EdC) on Thursday to help improve the country’s power grid. The contract was inked by GE energy consulting managing director Ravi Segal and EdC director-general Keo Rattanak. ...

Xinhuanet News Staff

U.S. General Electric to provide electricity grid maintenance services to EDC

US-based multinational conglomerate General Electric (GE) will sign a contract with Cambodia’s state-owned Electricité du Cambodge (EdC) on Thursday, according to a press release issued Monday by the US embassy in Phnom Penh. ...

The Cambodia Herald News Staff

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