Press Releases

VINELAND, N.J., Oct. 9, 2014 — SourceOne, a nationally recognized energy services firm managed by Veolia North America, is serving as Owner’s Representative for the design and implementation of a state-of-the-art Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system for the Vineland Municipal Electric Utility (VMEU). As part of the SCADA project, SourceOne will help implement an improved control system enabling VMEU to more effectively monitor its critical energy infrastructure, improve overall system reliability and troubleshoot system errors remotely. The new SCADA system will also easily enable expansion of the energy system as Vineland’s needs and demands grow.
BOSTON, Sept. 25, 2014 — SourceOne, a nationally recognized energy management firm managed by Veolia North America, today announced the completion of a boiler decentralization project for The Dimock Center, a non-profit community health and human services organization located in Roxbury, Mass. As owner’s representative for this Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC), SourceOne managed the full design and construction phases for the replacement of the existing central steam plant with distributed boilers. The Dimock Center benefits from guaranteed savings valued at $150,000 per year, greater energy efficiencies and improved occupant comfort. SourceOne completed the project ahead of schedule and significantly under budget, achieving a 30 percent reduction in capital costs.
Distinction highlights SourceOne’s dynamic workplace where employees collaborate on diverse energy management projects that improve the New York region’s energy efficiency
SourceOne to provide options to manage collective electricity spend of $10 million for group that includes the Cities of New Bedford, Fall River and nearly 30 companies
"Green" heating, cooling and cogeneration networks in Baltimore, Boston and Philadelphia to collectively reduce annual carbon emissions by the equivalent of removing nearly 160,000 cars from the streets
Veolia's multi-million dollar investment in energy infrastructure increases efficiency and reduces annual carbon emissions by the equivalent of 70,000 cars removed from the streets
SourceOne to help commercial and industrial businesses use less energy, save on operating costs, reduce emissions, and earn recognition for energy performance.
Completion of new, clean rapid-response boilers and pipeline expansion will contribute to Philadelphia's environmental and economic goals
Recognition underscores SourceOne’s continued growth throughout the Tri-State area, providing reliable, cost-effective and sustainable energy solutions
Leading energy management firm opens a new Los Angeles office to serve its growing West Coast customer base and complement Veolia Energy’s existing operations
SourceOne opens new presence in Philadelphia to serve their growing customer base in the Mid-Atlantic region
Leading energy management firm secures three-year contract to reduce SEPTA’s utilities and fuel costs
First Fire is the event where the plant is first started up after the plant is constructed and pre-commissioning checkouts are done. The 64 MW Simple Cycle Power Plant’s Successful “First Fire” occurred on 3/26/12 using clean-burning natural gas.

First Fire is the event where the plant is first started up after the plant is constructed and pre-commissioning checkouts are done.  The 64 MW Simple Cycle Power Plant’s Successful “First Fire” occurred on 3/26/12 using clean-burning natural gas.
Con Edison’s Green Team Selects SourceOne as Market Partner for Energy Efficiency Program.
Veolia Energy’s energy management and consulting subsidiary will help commercial and industrial customers make their facilities more energy efficient and help get rebate money for enacting energy-efficiency programs
Massachusetts Water Resources Authority Partners with SourceOne to Increase Efficiency at Deer Island Treatment Plant.

Installation of a 1.1 megawatt waste heat powered Back Pressure Steam Turbine Generator will reduce energy consumption, costs and environmental impacts
Norwich University joins the Energy Leadership Challenge to reduce energy consumption by 7.5%
SourceOne partners with New Bedford Harbor Development Commission to install shore-side power supply system for fishing fleet, resulting in more than 3,000 Metric Tons of avoided GHG emissions and reducing costs for fisherman