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GE Digital Partners with Climavision to HelpImprove Utilities’ Ability to Predict Weather and Better Plan for Storms

·      GE Digital to offer Climavision’s global weather forecasting technology in its ADMS, Storm Assist, and Storm Readiness software

·      Software leverages high-resolution radar and satellites to improve weather forecasting

SAN RAMON, Calif. – JUNE 22, 2022 --  GEDigital today announced that it has partnered with Climavision, a pioneering weather tech company that is leveraging high-resolution radar and satellites to improve the accuracy of weather forecasting. The collaboration is designed to help GEDigital’s electric utility customers improve their ability to predict weather and better plan for severe storm events.

GE Digital's energy software helps electric utilities plan, control, and optimize the grid across transmission and distribution to support a sustainable and intelligent energy network. With this strategic partnership,GE Digital will offer Climavision’s global weather forecasting technology aspart of its Advanced Distribution Management Solutions (ADMS), StormAssist, and StormReadiness solutions to further enhance weather intelligence.

“Storm readiness for utilities is paramount for a reliable electrical grid, and traditional weather forecasts have long played an important role in that process,” said Climavision Co-Founder and CEO ChrisGoode. “However, the velocity of the energy transition demands that we have better forecasts, particularly for renewable energy sources. Climavision’s platform will help GE Digital’s customers improve their ability to predict weather and mitigate weather-related impacts to the grid around the world.”

The Climavision technology will be offered to utility companies served by GE Digital around the world to help them better predict where severe weather will stress the grid and cause outages to critical infrastructure so they can aid storm readiness and response.

"With the impact of climate change, it is critical electric utilities have an accurate and complete picture of current and forecasted weather anywhere in the world." said Jim Walsh, GeneralManager, Grid Software for GE Digital. "Providing our customers with Climavision’s enhanced weather intelligence within their real-time control software helps utilities efficiently plan for events and safely and reliably deliver power."

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About Climavision

Climavision brings together the power of a proprietary, high-resolution weather radar and satellite network combined with advanced weather prediction modelling and decades of industry expertise to

reduce existing coverage gaps and drastically improve forecast ability. Climavision’s revolutionary new approach to climate technology weather solutions reduces the economic risks of climate change on companies, governments, and societies alike. Climavision is backed by The Rise Fund, the world’s largest global impact platform committed to achieving measurable, positive social and environmental outcomes alongside competitive financial returns. The company is head quartered in Louisville, KY, with research and development operations in Raleigh, NC. To learn more, visit www.Climavision.com

About GE Digital

GE Digital transforms how our customers solve their toughest challenges by putting industrial data to work. Our mission is to bring simplicity, speed, and scale to digital transformation activities, with industrial software that delivers breakthrough business outcomes. GE Digital’s product portfolio – including grid optimization and analytics, asset and operations performance management, and manufacturing operations and automation – helps industrial companies in the utility, power generation, oil & gas, aviation, and manufacturing sectors change the way industry works. For more information, visit www.ge.com/digital.

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