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GE has named John Lavelle vice president of digital energy for GE Energy Management, a provider of protection and control, communications, power sensing and power quality solutions.

Lavelle joins Energy Management from GE Power & Water, where he was vice president of global project operations. In this role, he managed a $75 billion portfolio and led GE Energy's projects and installations at customer sites around the world. He also serves on the GE Hitachi Nuclear Board of Directors and GE Energy's Enterprise Risk Management team and leads GE Energy's Human Rights initiative.

A 28-year GE veteran, Lavelle has held a variety of leadership positions in the business, including general manager of Gasification and general manager of energy services for commercial operations and marketing/product management.




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