This edition of our magazine bears a new name, as “coJen” has become “cogen.” This change reflects the fact that in recent months, GE Power & Water’s gas engines
division has been enlarged considerably with two acquisitions, and now stands for cogeneration to an even more comprehensive extent. In addition to electricity generation
with Jenbacher and Waukesha gas engines, Heat Recovery Solutions provides efficient energy recovery from waste heat.
Highlights of this edition include a presentation of two-stage turbocharging, representing yet another genuine quantum leap in the history of Jenbacher gas engines. In addition, we feature the new 275GL+ from Waukesha. By ensuring reliable operation in the challenging oil and gas business with the addition of Clean Cycle, the 275GL+ showcases efficient
solutions for electricity generation from waste heat for the low output area. Look for the Region Special, dedicated to Eastern Europe and Russia. GE Energy is already well-equipped to deal with the demands of these important, high-potential regions with a full coverage network of 5,700 employees.