12 Jul '11, 10pm

GE's Mark Vachon: Gas is massive via @MarcGunther

GE's Mark Vachon: Gas is massive via @MarcGunther

I met Mark near the U.S. Capitol, where he was headed for meetings on energy security with House leader John Boehner, among others. He has overseen GE’s ecomagination portfolio for Jeff Immelt since last October. Ecomagination products include efficient aircraft engines and locomotives, appliances, and LED and CFL light bulbs as well as GE’s gas, nuclear, renewable energy and smart-grid businesses; they’ll generate $20 billion to $22 billion in revenues this year, Mark estimates. The 52-year-old exec, who has been with GE for 28 years, was previously President & CEO of GE Healthcare’s $9 billion Americas Region. He still lives in Milwaukee, where the healthcare business is based, but because one of his jobs is to make ecomagination more global, he has traveled this year to Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Israel, Europe, Australia and China, and he’s soon headed to Brazil.

Full article: http://www.marcgunther.com/2011/07/12/ges-mark-vachon-gas...

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