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Trigen-Syracuse Energy

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Trigen-Syracuse Energy was a Boston-based company that owned and operated a large heating network, as well as power generation and building management services, throughout the U.S. In December 2007 it become part of Veolia Energy North America, owned by Veolia Environment, headquartered in Paris. Trigen was sold by affiliates of Denham Capital Management LP, a global energy and commodities focused private equity firm, for an undisclosed amount.[1]

Existing Coal Plants

The Trigen Syracuse Plant is now owned by Veolia:

Plant Name State Year(s) Built Capacity
Trigen Syracuse Plant NY 1991, 2002 101 MW

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Sources

  1. "Trigen sold to Veolia Energy" Boston Business Journal, December 14, 2007

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