GE Energy Rentals named Luis Ramirez its new president and general manager, replacing Carolyn Reda who has been named president of GE Energy Parts.
Ramirez joined GE Power Systems in 2000, after serving as business development and integration leader for GE Energy Management Systems.
Atlanta-based GE Energy Rentals, No. 16 on the RER 100, was formed by GE Power Systems to offer rental equipment for temporary distributed power and climate control applications in the commercial, industrial, utility, oil and gas and special events industries. Its rental products include natural gas-fired engines, diesel generators ranging from five kilowatts to 1.9 megawatts, a portable power plant with an output of nearly 23 megawatts, air conditioners as large as 50 tons and water-cooled chillers up to 1,000 tons.