Trigen Energy Corporation

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Trigen Energy Corporation "is the leading owner and operator of community energy systems in North America" [1] and subsidiary of Veolia Energy North America. In 2007 Veolia acquired the Trigen Companies (Trigen, including Trigen-Nations Energy), which operates facilities in 11 U.S. cities.[2]

Trigen Colorado Steam & Electric Plant is a coal-fired power station for Coors Brewing in Golden, Colorado acquired in 1995 by Trigen's special purpose company Trigen-Nations Energy, a collaboration between Trigen and Nations Energy, a wholly owned subsidiary of Tucson Electric Power Company. [3]

Existing Coal Plants

Plant Name State Year(s) Built Capacity
Trigen Colorado Steam & Electric Plant CO 1976, 1977, 1983 35 megawatts (MW)

Contact details

Trigen Energy Corporation
One Water Street
White Plains, New York 10601
(914) 286-6600
FAX: (914) 948-9157

Articles and Resources

Sources

  1. "Trigen Energy Corporation" Trigen Energy Corporation website, accessed August 2009
  2. "About Veolia Energy North America" Veolia Energy North America Website, September 2009
  3. "Nations and Trigen close deal with Coors", Business Wire, Sept 14, 1995

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