NJ juices NY with GE’s smart grid technology

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Amid the roar of trucks and cars and in the shadow of the New Jersey Turnpike, GE engineers recently lowered the last of three giant 100-ton rotors into what is one of the most innovative ways to feed the electric power needs of New York City. The so-called “variable frequency transformers” at the Linden, NJ cogeneration plant – which is owned by GE’s energy investment arm, GE Energy Financial Services — will allow power from the Pennsylvania-New Jersey-Maryland transmission system to flow into the Big Apple. Distributed by Tubemogul.

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