In 2010, GE lowered its GHG emissions to 5.7 million metric tons, a reduction of 24 percent from our adjusted 2004 baseline. In 2010, GE’s energy use was 50.8 million MMBtu, an 18 percent reduction from the 2004 baseline year. This reduction is attributable to our focus on improving our energy efficiency, and to improving economic conditions throughout 2010. GE’s energy intensity (measured as MMBtu/revenue in millions of U.S. dollars) in 2010 improved by 32.8 percent since 2004. By 2015, GE will improve the energy intensity of its operations by 50% and will reduce its absolute GHG emission by 25% (both using the 2004 baseline).