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GE Vernova Plugs Into The Tough Tech Ecosystem with The Engine Accelerator

Following the grand opening of their new global headquarters just down the street from us here in Cambridge, MA, The Engine Accelerator is proud to announce GE Vernova as our newest network member in bridging the gap from idea to impact for Tough Tech startups.

The addition of GE Vernova to the Cambridge ecosystem is a powerful signal that Massachusetts has firmly established itself as the hub for Tough Tech: world-changing innovation, rooted in science and engineering. By collaborating with The Engine Accelerator, GE Vernova is helping bridge the gap between discovery and commercialization of technologies that address the world’s most pressing challenges.

“Our network partners are carefully selected as those who bring specific advantages and unique resources necessary for Tough Tech innovation,” said Emily Knight, President, The Engine Accelerator. “GE Vernova brings more than 130 years of unparalleled expertise in developing infrastructure and industrial capabilities at the scale of the Tough Tech community’s ambition. I know the 90+ companies and thousands of members of The Engine Accelerator community will benefit from our shared commitment to moving quickly and collaborating openly.”

GE Vernova is a planned, purpose-built global energy company that includes Power, Wind, and Electrification businesses. Its mission is to continue electrifying the world while simultaneously working to help decarbonize it. The company is accelerating the path to more reliable, affordable, and sustainable energy, while helping its customers power economies and deliver the electricity that is vital to health, safety, security, and improved quality of life.

“Solving for the problems of tomorrow requires innovative thinking, partnerships, and action today, and that’s what The Engine Accelerator’s community of ambitious teams brings to the table,” said GE Vernova CEO Scott Strazik. “We are excited to join this community and innovate together as we work to advance the global energy transition.”