Jose Caceres Blundi
Licensing & Value Creation Leader
GE Renewable Energy
International Entrepreneurial Leader, co-founder of the GE Renewable Energy Value Creation Ventures Group sitting within the CTO office. Jose is leading the first entrepreneurial group in GE Renewable Energy who looks at creative ways to differentiate our technologies and speed up innovation by using different combinations of existing or new methodologies (Licensing, New Business Creations, TechTransfers, Ventures, Partnerships…). We make innovation happen at the crossroad of different disciplines. We make innovation tangible. Jose has a proven track record in the Energy sector and Industrial Digital (+ 11 years). He led successfully many major projects in the energy industry (half billion plus projects) and took critical roles which allowed them to develop an in-depth and cross functional expertise in the Energy space. Jose graduated from Ecole Spéciale de Mécanique et d'Electricité (ESME) in Paris/France with a M.Sc in Electro Mechanical Engineering and is also Project Management Excellence, Six Sigma certified. In his free time, he works on his innovation and entrepreneurship passion as an investor and startup founder (CEO & co-Founder of TravelerFirst by SmartOrus).
GE Renewable Energy harnesses the earth’s most abundant resources – wind, sun and water; delivering green electrons to power the world’s biggest economies and the most remote communities. With an innovative and entrepreneurial mindset, we engineer energy products, grid solutions and digital services that create industry-leading value for our customers around the world. We see the promise of renewable energy everywhere we look. Our team has the courage, scale, passion, diversity and resourcefulness needed to deliver that promise wherever and however the world needs it. Together with our customers, we’re proving that no one ever has to choose between affordable, reliable, accessible or sustainable energy. We announced our pledge to make all our GE Renewable Energy operations – across wind, hydro, energy storage and grid – carbon neutral by the end of 2020. https://www.ge.com/renewableenergy/about-us