ENGIE Expands Brand in North America, Unites Comprehensive Energy-Related Services
ENGIE today announced the rebranding of three subsidiaries in North America.
"The rebrand of Ecova Inc., Green Charge Networks, LLC, and OpTerra Energy Services Inc. is designed to amplify ENGIE’s voice in the North American market and make it clearer for customers and other key stakeholders the range of energy supply and service options that ENGIE provides," the company said
"While known in North America as a leader in clean energy supplies, whether utility scale or decentralized, ENGIE is taking significant steps to build an even more comprehensive portfolio of energy offerings in North America. Ecova, Green Charge, and OpTerra are key pieces to the ENGIE North America solution set with services to help commercial, industrial, and public sector customers run their facilities more reliably and efficiently with fewer carbon emissions and lower cost. Today, having close to 4,000 employees, ENGIE can provide an array of solutions throughout the U.S. and Canada," the company said
• Ecova Inc., now ENGIE Insight Services Inc., provides customers data-driven insight to better manage resources – including energy, waste, water, and telecommunications – and advance sustainability goals. The company is headquartered in Spokane, WA, with offices throughout the U.S.
• Green Charge Networks, LLC, now ENGIE Storage Services NA LLC, develops energy storage solutions to help utilities, businesses, municipalities, and schools use electricity more efficiently to reduce costs and carbon. The company is headquartered in Santa Clara, CA.
• OpTerra Energy Services Inc., now ENGIE Services U.S. Inc., specializes in building comprehensive energy programs for public sector and commercial and industrial customers, delivering solutions that generate positive financial and sustainability impacts. The company is headquartered in Oakland, CA, with offices throughout the U.S.
"By uniting these companies under the ENGIE brand, we want to accelerate solutions for customers to best suit the way they want to run their operations," said Frank Demaille, President and CEO of ENGIE North America.