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CenterPoint Energy Plans to Retire 'Vectren' Name By Late-April

CenterPoint Energy says it plans to complete the gradual process of retiring the Vectren name by late-April, and that customers will begin to notice CenterPoint Energy's name and logo on company assets such as buildings, trucks, and employee uniforms.

Posted: Mar 3, 2021 12:55 PM
Updated: Mar 3, 2021 12:57 PM

CenterPoint Energy customers in Indiana and Ohio will begin to notice the company's name and logo on company assets like buildings, trucks, and employee uniforms over the next several weeks as the utility begins the process of retiring the "Vectren" name entirely.

In a statement made Wednesday, CenterPoint Energy said it planned to completely retire the Vectren name by late-April, fully transitioning all branding and logos to CenterPoint Energy.

Already, the company has begun updating signage at its properties, including corporate and field office buildings and electric and gas facilities throughout Indiana and Ohio.

The company says employees working in the field may have a combination of Vectren and CenterPoint Energy logoed uniforms and trucks as the transition continues.

CenterPoint Energy says its new name and logo will also appear on customer-facing assets such as the bill, website, and automated phone system.

Customers should still visit www.vectren.com to access account information online or call 1-800-227-1376 to report emergencies or reach company representatives.

Vectren was acquired by CenterPoint Energy in 2019.


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