the future of flight
Investing now for what's next
GE Aerospace is committed to a more sustainable future by investing now in bold propulsion technologies to reduce carbon emissions for the future of flight and making our operations carbon neutral. Our aim is to be carbon neutral across our global operations by 2030.
Investing in the future of flight
In 2021, GE and customer-funded spending on research and development totaled $1.6 billion. These investments in aviation innovation have spurred us to develop leading-edge technologies, including work at our Electrical Power Integration Centre (EPIC) in Cheltenham, England, and a state-of-the-art Electrical Power Integrated System Center (EPISCenter) in Dayton, Ohio. Our engineers collaborate with top researchers at universities worldwide and have access to the breakthrough innovations of GE Research.