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10-05/06 :: May/June 2010

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at the Ministry of Innovation, Science, Research and Technology building in Dusseldorf, Germany. http://www.frt-gmbh.com

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E (NYSE: GE) Energy Storage Technologies, a unit of GE Transportation unveiled its Durathon

battery technology for utility companies. As power consumption continues to grow, infrastructure ages, and new elements evolve such as renewables and electric vehicles, the grid is being asked to perform as never before. GE’s Durathon battery technology offers an intelligent way to approach these issues. As part of a simple energy storage system, GE’s Du- rathon battery provides an alternative to costly new power structures, which enables energy to be utilized when it’s needed.

“Utility companies are facing unprecedented challen- ges and we’re working with them to create a better energy system, one that can bring energy to custo- mers where it’s needed, when it’s needed, efficiently and for the best price,” said Prescott Logan General Manager GE Energy Storage Technologies. “GE’s Durathon battery technology has been developed to change the future of power generation, transmission

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