CEO Immelt Points to Windmills and Other Green Equipment for Future GE Growth

With a shareholder meeting on April 22 in Orlando and a potentially hostile crowd there ready to ask plenty of tough questions about dividend cuts, a drop in net income and the company’s sluggish stock price, it probably wasn’t any accident that news reports started appearing during the past week about the growth potential of new green initiatives underway at GE.

GE has been a leader in the manufacture of energy-efficient electrical equipment decades before anyone started calling its

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