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Immelt: GE to 'Double Down' on Clean Energy in China

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The problem is clear. With China's urban population growing and its citizens consuming and driving more, the nation's already poor air quality will get even worse if nothing is done. That was one of the main themes during "Building a Sustainable Future," a session of the  Fortune Global Forum in Chengdu where three of the world's top CEOs put their heads together today to parse this problem.

Videos of Minds + Machines 2012: Unleashing the Industrial Internet

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For decades, technology has connected people and businesses globally. This is just the start. The Internet will also transform global industries, joining human insight with machine intelligence. Bringing minds and machines together has created something wholly new -- the Industrial Internet -- an open, global network that connects machines, people, and data.

For the first time, thought leaders from across business, technology and academia convened an important conversation in San Francisco in late November about the power of the Industrial Internet and why it matters. 

GE CEO: Expects Clean-Technology Revenue Of $21 Billion This Year

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General Electric is becoming more renowned for its clean technology as revenues from the resulting innovations greatly increase and the world places more focus on the importance of nuclear energy. Here, GE CEO, Jeff Immelt, discusses these topics in relation to GE.  

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General Electric is becoming more renowned for its clean technology as revenues from the resulting innovations greatly increase and the world places more focus on the importance of nuclear energy. Here, GE CEO, Jeff Immelt, discusses these topics in relation to GE.  

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