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Dalkia Energia rebrands in Hungary as Veolia Energia

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Dalkia Energia has adopted the name Veolia Energia Magyarország from January 1, the company said yesterday. 

The rebranding is part of the split, late in 2013, of Veolia from Electricite de France, after which joint ventures in France went to EdF and foreign units became part of the Veolia group. The rebranding will not affect the operation of Veolia's businesses in Hungary. The group serves more than 600,000 households in Hungary and employs 2,500 people.

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