Veolia’s hidden labyrinth is a clean energy powerhouse

At Kendall Station in Boston, Veolia transforms waste heat into useful thermal energy. That useful thermal energy then travels through underground pipes to heat buildings throughout the city. National Geographic takes a look at Veolia’s Boston-Cambridge district energy network and explains the environmental benefits of these systems.

Read the full article at “How Hidden Labyrinths Under Cities Are Becoming Clean Energy Powerhouses,” (National Geographic, Feb. 5, 2015).