Sunday, February 27, 2011

. Regulators clear way for Ohio GE Aviation center

DAYTON, Ohio — Regulators say no more environmental cleanup is needed at the southwestern Ohio site where General Electric Co. plans a research and development center.
The Dayton Daily News reports a document issued by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency clears the way for the $51 million GE Aviation center. It will develop advanced electrical power systems for airplanes, ships and other vehicles.
The University of Dayton owns the land, and school treasurer Philip Chick says construction is on track to begin by summer. The university, GE and the city's development arm are working on plans for the center. It's slated to open late next year.
GE Aviation is a GE unit based in Evendale. It has said it will hire 10 to 15 scientists for the facility, and others will transfer in.






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