Distinction highlights SourceOne's dynamic workplace where employees collaborate on diverse energy management projects that improve the New York region's energy efficiency.
NEW YORK — SourceOne, a nationally recognized energy consulting firm and a subsidiary of Veolia Energy North America, was named by Crain's New York Business as a recipient of the "Best Places to Work in New York City," representing the top 75 businesses in New York City. SourceOne has made the list for the third consecutive year, achieving a ranking of 36. The list recognizes a broad spectrum of companies representing several different industries, including accounting, technology, marketing, public relations, law, staffing, healthcare, and more. A full ranking of New York City's best places to work is in the December 9th issue of Crain's New York Business.
"We are honored to again be named by Crain's as one of the best places to work in New York City. At SourceOne, we pride ourselves in providing our employees with a positive atmosphere where hard work and talent is recognized, thereby empowering our team to provide high-value, objective energy consulting services to our clients," said Michael Byrnes, executive vice president and chief operating officer of SourceOne. "SourceOne works as a team to provide sustainable and reliable energy solutions to support our customers' business objectives and address their energy challenges."
The SourceOne New York City office, located at 7 Penn Plaza, provides a variety of perks to its employees including employee education programs that offer tuition reimbursement and encourage professional growth through industry certifications and courses. Additionally, employees are invited to partake in educational seminars providing energy and engineering best practices and the latest trends in the energy market. SourceOne engineers and energy specialists have extensive experience in the energy industry, and hold some of the most significant certifications in energy engineering.
Recipients of the 2013 "Best Places to Work in New York City" were selected based on the results of a weighted survey and questionnaire of both employees and employers conducted by Crain's New York Business in partnership with Best Companies Group. This is the sixth consecutive year Crain's has conducted this research to determine the most desirable companies to work for in New York City.
A subsidiary of Veolia Energy North America, SourceOne is a nationally recognized energy management consulting firm, providing support to businesses who view energy as critical to their operations. SourceOne offers a wide spectrum of energy related services to ensure customers have the requisite tools to monitor and manage their energy needs efficiently. We craft integrated solutions for energy management, improved power quality, reliability, and sustainability initiatives by using a vendor and technology-neutral approach. With offices in Boston, New York City, Los Angeles, Hartford and Philadelphia, SourceOne manages more than 1,100 megawatts (MW) of electric power, 30 bcf of natural gas, and $500 million of utility bill processing. Visit the company's Web site at: http://www.sourceone-energy.com/ Twitter @SourceOneEnergy.
Veolia Energy North America is a leading U.S. operator and developer of efficient energy solutions. Veolia Energy's district energy business operations represent the largest portfolio of efficient heating, cooling, and green steam networks in North America. Visit the company's Web sites at www.veoliaenergyna.com and www.veolianorthamerica.com. Veolia Environnement (Paris Euronext: VIE and NYSE: VE) is the worldwide reference in environmental solutions. With 220,000 employees*, the company has operations all around the world and provides tailored solutions to meet the needs of municipal and industrial customers in three complementary segments: water management, waste management and energy management. Veolia Environnement recorded revenue of $38.8 billion* in 2012. www.veolia.com Twitter @veolia.
* Excluding Transdev employees and revenues currently under divestment