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GE AEROSPACE. Aerospace designs and produces commercial and military aircraft engines, integrated engine components, electric power and mechanical aircraft systems. We also provide aftermarket services to support our products.
Commercial Engines and Services – manufactures jet engines for commercial airframes. Aerospace engines power aircraft in all categories: narrowbody, widebody and regional, which includes engines sold by CFM International, a 50-50 non-consolidated company with Safran Aircraft Engines, a subsidiary of Safran Group of France, and Engine Alliance, a 50-50 non-consolidated company with Raytheon Technologies Corporation via their Pratt & Whitney segment. This includes engines and components for business aviation and aeroderivative applications as well. Commercial provides maintenance, component repair and overhaul services (MRO), including sales of spare parts.
Military – manufactures jet engines for military airframes. Our military engines power a wide variety of military aircraft including fighters, bombers, tankers, helicopters and surveillance aircraft, as well as marine applications. We provide maintenance, component repair and overhaul services, including sales of spare parts.
Systems & Other – provides avionics systems, aviation electric power systems, turboprop engines, engine gear and transmission components and services for commercial and military segments. Additionally, we provide a wide variety of products and services including additive machines, additive materials (including metal powders), and additive engineering services.

GE Vernova, GE’s portfolio of energy businesses. We benefit from one of the broadest portfolios in the industry that uniquely positions us to lead the energy transition while building on advanced technologies that grow renewable energy generation, lower the cost of electricity and modernize the grid. Our portfolio of business units includes onshore and offshore wind, blade manufacturing, grid solutions, hydro, storage, hybrid renewables and digital services offerings. We have installed more than 400 gigawatts of clean renewable energy equipment and equipped more than 90% of transmission utilities with our grid solutions in developed and emerging markets.
Onshore Wind – delivers technology and services for the onshore wind power industry by providing a range of turbines. Wind Services assist customers in improving cost, capacity and performance of their assets over the lifetime of their fleet, utilizing digital infrastructure to monitor, predict and optimize wind farm energy performance. Our Onshore Wind business supports a turbine installed base of approximately 54,000 units, of which, slightly less than half are under service agreements.
Grid Solutions Equipment and Services (Grid) – enables power utilities and industries worldwide to effectively manage electricity from the point of generation to consumption, helping the reliability, efficiency and resiliency of the grid. Service offerings include a comprehensive portfolio of equipment, hardware, protection and control, automation and digital services. Grid is also addressing the challenges of the energy transition by safely and reliably connecting intermittent renewable energy generation to transmission networks.
Hydro, Offshore Wind and Hybrid Solutions – Hydro provides a portfolio of solutions and services for hydropower generation for both large hydropower plants and small hydropower solutions. Offshore Wind leads the industry in wind power technologies and wind farm development. Hybrid Solutions provides integration of renewable energies that drive stability to the grid and integrates storage and renewable energy generation sources.
Gas Power – offers a wide spectrum of heavy-duty and aeroderivative gas turbines for utilities, independent power producers and numerous industrial applications, ranging from small, mobile power to utility scale power plants. Gas Power also delivers maintenance and service solutions across total plant assets and over their operational lifecycle.
Steam Power – offers a broad portfolio of technologies and services predominately for nuclear and fossil power plants to help customers deliver reliable power as they transition to a lower carbon future.
Power Conversion, Nuclear and other - applies the science and systems of power conversion to provide motors, generators, automation and control equipment and drives for energy intensive industries such as marine, oil and gas, mining, rail, metals and test systems. Through joint ventures with Hitachi, it also provides nuclear technology solutions for boiling water reactors including reactor design, reactor fuel and support services, and the design and development of small modular reactors.
   

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General Electric Company Segments

 
Capital
   19.92 % of total Revenue
Power & Water
   20.39 % of total Revenue
Energy Infrastructure
   38.2 % of total Revenue
Healthcare
   13.43 % of total Revenue
Corporate items eliminations
   -2.76 % of total Revenue
Appliances & Lighting
   7.24 % of total Revenue
Transportation
   5.03 % of total Revenue
Aviation
   18.94 % of total Revenue
Energy
   5.6 % of total Revenue
Oil & Gas
   12.21 % of total Revenue
 

Business Segments (Sep. 30, 2015)
Revenues
(in millions $)
III. Quarter
%
(of total Revenues)
(Sep. 30, 2015)
Income
(in millions $)
III. Quarter
%
(Profit Margin)
Capital
6,312.00 19.92 % 734.00 11.63 %
Power & Water
6,461.00 20.39 % 1,270.00 19.66 %
Energy Infrastructure
12,102.00 38.2 % 1,270.00 10.49 %
Healthcare
4,255.00 13.43 % 652.00 15.32 %
Corporate items eliminations
-875.00 -2.76 % 0.00 -
Appliances & Lighting
2,293.00 7.24 % 165.00 7.2 %
Transportation
1,593.00 5.03 % 379.00 23.79 %
Aviation
6,001.00 18.94 % 1,353.00 22.55 %
Energy
1,773.00 5.6 % 0.00 -
Oil & Gas
3,868.00 12.21 % 584.00 15.1 %
Total
31,681.00 100 % 4,553.00 14.37 %

• General Electric Income Statement • General Electric supply chain • Revenue growth ranking by company and industry

Growth rates by Segment (Sep. 30, 2015)
Y/Y Revenue
%
III. Quarter
Q/Q Revenue
%
(Sep. 30, 2015)
Y/Y Income
%
III. Quarter
Q/Q Income
%
Capital
71.48 % 1.51 % 18.96 % 236.7 %
Power & Water
1.35 % -5 % 6.63 % 4.01 %
Energy Infrastructure
-5.34 % -4.19 % -83.18 % -32.66 %
Healthcare
-5.13 % -1.89 % -10.32 % -7.52 %
Corporate items eliminations
- - - -
Appliances & Lighting
8.31 % 2.6 % 87.5 % 0 %
Transportation
3.44 % 12.18 % 10.82 % 14.5 %
Aviation
5.32 % -4.01 % 7.04 % 6.62 %
Energy
-2.21 % 0.28 % - -
Oil & Gas
-15.86 % -4.78 % -11.52 % 0.17 %
Total
-12.56 % -3.28 % -54.33 % -0.46 %

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