February 8, 2016
To many in Boston’s clean-tech community, General Electric’s launch of its new energy division, Current, here is just as important as the decision to move its corporate headquarters to the city.
This region is already home to one of the densest clusters of clean-energy innovators in the world. But the local industry essentially lacks a true anchor company, a household name that can act as a powerful magnet to attract others in the field.
With Current, GE’s goal is to combine its energy services for corporate and municipal clients into one group, using high-tech solutions to help those customers rein in their electric bills.Read Complete Article