August 28, 2014 5:42 AM ET

Electric Utilities

Company Overview of The Dayton Power and Light Company

Company Overview

The Dayton Power and Light Company is engaged in the generation, transmission, distribution, and sale of electricity to residential, commercial, industrial, and government customers. The company operates seven coal-fired steam generating stations, as well as solar, combustion turbine, and diesel peaking units. It generates and distributes electricity to approximately 515,000 retail customers located in a 6,000 square mile area of west central Ohio. The company has an electricity generation capacity of approximately 2,897 megawatts. It also sells energy and capacity in the wholesale market. The Dayton Power and Light Company principally serves automotive, food processing, paper, plastic, manu...

1065 Woodman Drive

Dayton, OH 45432

United States

Founded in 1911

1,205 Employees

Phone:

937-224-6000

Key Executives for The Dayton Power and Light Company

Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Executive Vice President of Operations
Age: 49
President of Power Production
Age: 63
Senior Vice President of Corporate & Regulatory Affairs
Age: 64
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

The Dayton Power and Light Company Key Developments

AES Corporation Cancels Plans To Sell DPL Assets

The AES Corporation (NYSE:AES) has cancelled plans to sell 3, 453 MW portfolio of assets owned by The Dayton Power and Light Company. Instead, the assets will be transferred to an affiliate of DPL.

Dayton Power & Light To Sell Its Ohio Power Generation Facilities

Dayton Power & Light is looking to sell off its Ohio power generation facilities by 2014, The AES Corporation (NYSE:AES) announced in its latest earnings call. AES is looking for two options as one is it will transfer the power plants to Genco, a non-regulated affiliate of DPL. Second, it is also is weighing selling the entire 3,453 MW generation fleet. Andres Gluski, Chief Executive Officer and President of AES Corporation said, if it will sell its DP&L power plants, it would also likely sell its retail business, DPLER. Amy Ackermanm, spokeswoman of AES said, “DPLER is an unregulated affiliate of DP&L, which purchases energy from DP&L and then sells it to consumers, with 308,000 customers in Dayton. If there was a sale, those customers would likely be transferred to the buyer.”

Dayton Power and Light Co Wins $26 Million Federal Contract for Base Wide Electrical Services

Dayton Power and Light Co. received a $26,102,136 firm-fixed-price contract for base wide electrical services for Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Work will be performed at Wright-Patterson AFB, and is expected to be completed by Dec. 31, 2014. Type of appropriation is fiscal 2014 operations and maintenance funds. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center/PZIO, Wright-Patterson AFB, is the contracting activity.

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