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Van-tastic Voyage: It’s Van Life for GE Aviation Engineering Co-op Aaron Plvan

Electrical engineering student Aaron Plvan has spent his co-ops at GE Aviation living in his solar-powered van. From the high-tech experience at GE Aviation’s additive site in Auburn to the traditional manufacturing site in Rutland, Plvan is gaining deep experience across the spectrum at GE. And taking in the views as he goes.

Lean Machine: How Sustainability Champion Charlie Barker is Helping Save Energy in Rutland

Meet Charlie Barker, Facilities Engineer and leader of the GE Aviation Rutland Energy Efficiency Program. Charlie’s sustainability initiatives have resulted in 115 energy conservation projects saving 16,053,903 kilo-watt hours in electrical and over 12,541 tons of greenhouse gas emissions for the Rutland aircraft airfoil manufacturing operation.

Shake It Off: GE’s Record-Breaking Jet Engine Is A Dust-Busting Powerhouse

At the Dubai Airshow this week, one of the most anticipated sights will be the Boeing 777X, Boeing’s new plane powered by the GE9X, the most powerful jet engine in the world. But thrust is just one of the engine’s many attributes. It’s also tough and the United Arab Emirates, a hot, desert country that also happens to be the base for two of the world’s largest airlines — Emirates and Etihad Airways — is an ideal place to talk about the engine’s brawn.

Why the Time for Open Fan is Now

As the GE Aviation rises to the aviation industry’s challenge to achieve net zero CO2 emissions by 2050, GE Aviation’s Chief Engineer Chris Lorence outlines why open fan engine architecture is the radical change aviation needs to achieve its goals.

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