#GE#RenewableEnergy and @invenergy_llc are building the Wind Catcher, a 2,000-megawatt wind farm in the Oklahoma Panhandle. When finished, it will be the largest wind farm in the United States. Head to the link in our bio for more. Photo by @ge_renewableenergy
Looking through a fan case of one of our GEnx engines in production. Swipe to see #GE employees working on installing a fan case. The surrounding carbon-fiber composite fan blades help direct and control air going into the engine. #avgeek#aviation Photos by @seenewphoto
It’s no secret that we’re STEM geeks at #GE . Some #WednesdayWisdom from a great scientific mind.
To celebrate #NationalAviationDay , we’ll be looking back at some of our favorite Aviation photos this week. Pictured here is an engine being prepped for testing at our facility in Peebles, OH. The next image shows the turbulence control structure, designed to keep conditions and air flow around the jet engine controlled during testing. #avgeek#aviation Photos by @seenewphoto
A GEnx engine being prepped for a final production run before being sent off to the airframer. Swipe for a closer look at the external wiring and piping on a GEnx. #avgeek#aviation Photos by @seenewphoto
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