GE and Dangote to Partner on Power Projects in Africa

General Electric (GE) has announced the conclusion of the GE-Dangote Framework Agreement for distributed power solutions. The agreement will support the growth of one of its key customers and partners in the African market.  Under the agreement, GE would supply aero-derivative gas turbines to the Dangote Group for captive power requirements, while Dangote Group would generate reliable and efficient power for the operation of its manufacturing assets within Nigeria and other African countries where its industries operates.

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GE Global Chairman/CEO and Jay Ireland with billionaire businessman and industrialist Aliko Dangote when the GE execs paid him a courtesy visit

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Power Plant on Wheels: GE mobile power plants or aeroderivative turbine.

Photo: GE

GE Global Chairman/CEO and Jay Ireland with billionaire businessman and industrialist Aliko Dangote when the GE execs paid him a courtesy visit

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