a core group of leading GE technical and business experts has focused its energies on solving the electric power industry’s most pressing challenges—driving the evolution of electric power systems with greater affordability, reliability, and efficiency. Today, GE’s Energy Consulting team continues this tradition by providing innovative solutions across the entire spectrum of power generation, delivery, and utilization. With our cross-company resources, GE’s Energy Consulting business is able to serve a diverse global client base with a strong local presence.
At GE, our people are our greatest asset. We’d like you to meet just a few of our employees from around the globe and discover what it’s like working at GE.
"The Generation Products and Services Team is part of Energy Consulting. Our team is actively engaged with thermal and renewable testing. We provide services to clients all over the US as well as internationally. "Meet Neethu Abraham
"Currently, I’m serving as the platform leader for Global Models with our Power Economics team. We utilize our modeling capabilities and regional expertise throughout the world, using production cost models of the electricity grid. My role is to expand this effort in coordination with our regional offices across the globe. To date we have 45 countries modeled or in active development using either our internal software GE MAPS or PLEXOS. "Meet Andrew Bachert
"Within GE Energy Consulting one of our areas of practice and expertise includes Generation Products & Services. My focus and expertise is grid code compliance testing and modeling throughout North America. I also support our regional teams around the world, and international projects on analytics of grid-interconnection + integration of renewables. "Meet Baozhuang Shi
"My focus is global grid code compliance consultation and testing. The bulk of my work has been in the UK, Ireland, Middle East, SE Asia, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, and in the United States with NERC. "Meet Joe Plewinski, Jr
"Energy is the backbone of almost every system in the world; With rapid changes in the energy sector, it demands development of new software modules to keep up with new standards and technologies. "Meet Jay Patel
"My primary area of work is in transient studies related to FACTS projects for both the GE FACTS business and utilities. Most of the studies are related to system analysis and equipment sizing. A majority of my projects are located in North America with occasional support outside of the region. "Meet Paul Datka
"At GE Energy Consulting one of our practice areas includes expertise in Grid Planning Software. I am focused on our PSLF tool, which is used primarily for steady-state power flow analysis and time-domain power system dynamics studies. "Meet Shruti Dwarkanath Rao
"As a member of the Power Systems Operation & Planning team with a strong focus on Renewable Energy at GE Energy Consulting, we enable the interconnection of inverter-based resources such as wind plants, solar plants, and BESS with power grids. I work with renewable plant developers, system operators, transmission providers, and regulatory agencies in the U.S. and countries around the world. "Meet Sudipta Dutta
"The increasing trend to RE-Integration, enhances uncertainty to the Power System. Through Generation & Transmission Planning, Reliability Analysis and Country-Specific Risk studies, I am constantly learning the Electricity Statistics of Regional (India) and Global Power markets due to RE-Integration. "Meet Ankita Samui
"As a member of the Energy Consulting Power Economics team, I am focused on power production cost modeling and grid integration studies with our customers and partners in Europe and beyond. "Meet Vlad Duboviks