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A Fond Farewell to The Lab: The Demolition of Building 9 [History]

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Recently, I drove out the Tyler Street Extension in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, to view the ongoing demolition of Building 9 in the former General Electric Company (GE) plant. Building 9 once had been a world-renowned center of high-voltage and lightning research. It was named the GE High Voltage Laboratory and was commonly referred to as ?The Lab.?

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Power and Energy Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 3 )