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Dynegy Inc., through its subsidiaries, engages in the production and sale of electric energy, capacity and ancillary services. The company’s business operations are focused primarily on the wholesale power generation sector of the energy industry. The company has a fleet of 15 power plants in 5 states totaling approximately 13,000 MW (megawatts) of generating capacity. Segments The company operates in three segments: Coal, IPH (Illinois Power Holdings, LLC), and Gas. Coal and IPH segments The company’s Coal segment includes four coal-fired power generation facilities located in Illinois with a total generating capacity of 3,008 MW. The company’s IPH segment includes five coal-fired power generation facilities located in Illinois with a total owned generating capacity of 4,057 MW. All of these facilities, with the exception of Joppa, operate in MISO (Midcontinent Independent System Operator, Inc.). Joppa, which is within the Electric Energy, Inc. control area, also sells power and capacity into MISO. The company offers a portion of its IPH segment generating capacity into the PJM (PJM Interconnection, LLC) market. Regional Transmission Organization (RTO)/ISO (Independent System Operator) Discussion MISO: The MISO market includes all of Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota and Wisconsin and portions of Michigan, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Texas, Louisiana, Montana, South Dakota and Manitoba, Canada. The MISO energy market is designed to ensure that all market participants have open-access to the transmission system on a non-discriminatory basis. MISO, as an independent RTO, maintains functional control through the use of the transmission system to ensure transmission circuits do not exceed their secure operating limits and become overloaded. Contracted Capacity and Energy: The company commercializes its Coal and IPH segment assets through a combination of physical participation in the MISO markets, bilateral physical and financial power sales and fuel and capacity contracts. Gas segment This segment includes five natural gas-fired power generation facilities located in California, Illinois, Pennsylvania, New York and Maine; and one fuel-oil fired power generation facility located in California, totaling 6,109 MW of electric generating capacity. RTO/ISO Discussion PJM: The PJM market includes all or parts of Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia. The company’s Kendall and Ontelaunee facilities, located in Illinois and Pennsylvania, respectively, operate in PJM with an aggregate net generating capacity of 1,769 MW. PJM administers markets for wholesale electricity and provides transmission planning for the region. NYISO (New York ISO): The NYISO market includes the entire state of New York. The company’s Independence facility operates in the Rest of State market and has an aggregate net generating capacity of 1,108 MW. ISO-NE (ISO New England): The ISO-NE market includes the six New England states of Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Maine. The company’s Casco Bay facility, located in Maine, operates in ISO-NE and has an aggregate net generating capacity of 538 MW. CAISO (California ISO): The CAISO market covers approximately 90 percent of the state of California and operates a centrally cleared market for energy and ancillary services. The company’s Moss Landing and Oakland facilities operate in CAISO with an aggregate net generating capacity of 2,694 MW. Contracted Capacity and Energy PJM: The company’s Kendall and Ontelaunee facilities are natural gas-fired, combined-cycle, intermediate dispatch facilities. It commercialize these assets through a combination of bilateral power, fuel and capacity contracts. The company’s Kendall facility has one tolling agreement for 85 MW that expires in 2017. NYISO: The company’s Independence facility, due to the standard capacity market operated by NYISO and liquid over-the-counter market for NYISO capacity products, sells a portion of its c

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