GE unveils engineering center in Wisconsin

GE (NYSE: GE) on Sept. 12 unveiled a $3.1 million engineering center at GE’s Waukesha gas engines facility in Wisconsin. Renovation of the 22,000 square-foot engineering center is GE’s largest investment in the Waukesha facility since its acquisition of the Waukesha gas engines business in February 2011.

Engines produced by GE’s Waukesha facility are used in all stages of natural gas production. The Waukesha gas engines business was acquired by GE to complement the company’s Jenbacher gas engines that are used for power generation.

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