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How GE gambled on fossil fuel power, and lost

Industry estimates show demand for conventional plants is unlikely to hit 2017 levels again for at least a decade

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GE's new chief executive John Flannery blames various factors, including poor management, for the power business meltdown. In January, he warned the pain would continue well into 2018.

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LAST March, executives at General Electric Co's power-plant business gave Wall Street a surprisingly bullish forecast for the year. Despite flat demand for new natural gas power plants, they said GE Power's revenue and profit would rise.

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