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1982 '''GEC Turbine Generators''' took a Queen's Award for Export Achievement for its steam turbines and associated generators for fossil-fired and nuclear power stations.<ref>The Engineer 1982/04/22</ref>
 
1982 '''GEC Turbine Generators''' took a Queen's Award for Export Achievement for its steam turbines and associated generators for fossil-fired and nuclear power stations.<ref>The Engineer 1982/04/22</ref>
  
1998 This part of GEC was merged with [[Alsthom]], and operated as [[GEC-Alsthom Turbine Generators]] until renamed [[Alstom|ALSTOM]] in 1998 as control moved to France. This part of ALSTOM is now owned by GE (USA).
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1998 This part of GEC was merged with part of [[CGE]], and operated as [[GEC-Alsthom Turbine Generators]] until renamed [[Alstom|ALSTOM]] in 1998 as control moved to France. This part of ALSTOM is now owned by GE (USA).
  
 
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Revision as of 12:20, 24 February 2020

A subsidiary of GEC.

1969 GEC Power Engineering was formed which included[1] English Electric-AEI Turbines

The main manufacturing centres were at Rugby (HQ), Trafford Park, and Stafford (Generators).

1982 GEC Turbine Generators took a Queen's Award for Export Achievement for its steam turbines and associated generators for fossil-fired and nuclear power stations.[2]

1998 This part of GEC was merged with part of CGE, and operated as GEC-Alsthom Turbine Generators until renamed ALSTOM in 1998 as control moved to France. This part of ALSTOM is now owned by GE (USA).

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, 10 January 1969
  2. The Engineer 1982/04/22