GE Putting Power For The Rio 2016 Olympic Games On The Fast Track

November 30, -0001

In this article, published in Ted Magazine, GE discusses how it is implementing a series of "fast-track" processes based on lessons learned from work at five previous Olympic Games to help scale up the power for more than 32 Olympic venues and facilities in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

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