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601 Travis Street

Suite 1400

Houston, TX 77002

United States

Phone: 713-507-6400


Dynegy Inc., through its subsidiaries, engages in the production and sale of electric energy, capacity and ancillary services. The company has a fleet of 35 power plants in 8 states totaling approximately 26,000 megawatts (MW) of generating capacity. The company operates a portfolio of generation assets that is diversified in terms of dispatch profile, fuel type and geography. Business Strategies The key elements of the company’s business strategy include concentrating on the needs of the customers and constituents it serves, including the end-use and wholesale customer, its market channel partners and the government agencies and regulatory bodies that represent the public interest; and investing across all segments to maintain and improve the safety, reliability and efficiency of the fleet. Segments The company’s segments include Coal, IPH (IPH, LLC), and Gas. Coal This segment consist of 11 coal-fired power generation facilities located in Illinois, Massachusetts, and Ohio with a total generating capacity of 8,420 MW. Baldwin, Havana, Hennepin, and Wood River facilities, located in Illinois, operate in Midcontinent Independent System Operator, Inc. (MISO) with an aggregate net generating capacity of 3,008 MW. Conesville, Killen, Kincaid, Miami Fort, Stuart and Zimmer facilities, located in Illinois and Ohio, operate in PJM Interconnection, LLC (PJM) with an aggregate net generating capacity of 3,884 MW. Brayton Point facility, located in Massachusetts operates in independent system operator (ISO) New England (ISO-NE) and has an aggregate net generating capacity of 1,528 MW. IPH This segment consists of five coal-fired power generation facilities located in Illinois with a total generating capacity of 4,178 MW, and primarily operates in MISO. Joppa, which is within the Electric Energy, Inc. control area, is interconnected to Tennessee Valley Authority and Louisville Gas and Electric Company but primarily sells its capacity and energy to MISO. The company offers a portion of its IPH segment generating capacity into PJM. As of June 1, 2016, its Coffeen, Duck Creek, E.D. Edwards and Newton facilities would have 937 MW, or 22 percent of IPH’s capacity, that is electrically tied into PJM through pseudo-tie arrangements. Gas This segment consists of 19 power generation facilities located in California, Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Maine, totaling 13,586 MW of electric generating capacity. The company’s Dicks Creek, Elwood, Fayette, Hanging Rock, Kendall, Lee, Liberty, Ontelaunee, Richland, Stryker and Washington facilities, located in Illinois, Ohio and Pennsylvania, operate in PJM with an aggregate net generating capacity of 7,337 MW. The company’s Casco Bay, Dighton, Lake Road, Masspower and Milford facilities, located in Maine, Massachusetts, and Connecticut, operate in ISO-NE and have an aggregate net generating capacity of 2,429 MW. Its Moss Landing and Oakland facilities, located in California, operate in California Independent System Operator with an aggregate net generating capacity of 2,694 MW. The company’s Independence facility, located in New York, operates in the Rest of State market and has an aggregate net generating capacity of 1,126 MW. MISO Coal has contracted 913 MW of bilateral capacity transactions, while IPH has contracted 460 MW under wholesale agreements and 700 MW through retail sales for Planning Year 2016-2017. The company’s IPH segment has also sold a portion of its capacity into the PJM market, including 867 MW for Planning Year 2016-2017, 847 MW for Planning Year 2017-2018, and 835 MW for Planning Year 2018-2019. PJM The company’s Kendall facility has 1 tolling agreement for 85 MW that expires in 2017, and a 95 MW bilateral capacity transaction in Planning Year 2018-2019. Its Elwood facility has two 150 MW tolling agreements which expire in 2017. The company’s Ontelaunee facility has a five year 200 MW bilateral capacity transaction beginning in 2018. NYISO The company monetizes the majority of independence’s capacity through bilateral trades. It has sold 1,124 MW of capacity for the Winter 2015-2016 pla

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