Friday, February 03, 2006
MSN Money - 9 ways to play the nuclear power surge: "Thanks to generous tax credits for the development of wind-powered electricity, that side of GE�s energy business is going gangbusters. Wind-turbine sales should generate $2.25 billion this year. The company expects double-digit growth in this market for several years. 'We see very strong demand for our products and services,' says Mark Little, the vice president of power generation for GE Energy. 'The demand is so strong, if we could make more turbines we would sell more.'"