Veolia Energy supersedes the Trigen name in the US

Veolia Energy North America has announced the completion of the transition of the ‘Trigen’ brand name to the Veolia Energy name across Continental USA.
 
Veolia Energy owns and operates the largest portfolio of district energy (heating, cooling and cogeneration) networks in the US market.
 
Residents of Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Oklahoma City, Philadelphia, Trenton, and Tulsa will now see the Veolia Energy brand name and logo on energy plants, company vehicles, and the hundreds of personnel that maintain the steam and chilled water distribution networks in the streets of the central business districts.
 
Veolia Energy entered the US market in 2005, with the acquisition of a district energy network in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
 
In addition to the acquisition of the Trigen Companies in 2007, Veolia Energy entered the Grand Rapids, Michigan market in 2008 and the Mount Laurel, New Jersey and Portland, Oregon markets in 2009.
 
The company also expanded its presence in 2010, with the addition of district cooling in Baltimore, and the Medical Area Total Energy Plant (MATEP) in Boston.
 
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