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Wholesale Power Generation

Since 2006, Duke Energy had approximately 6,800 net megawatts of wholesale generation in the United States, primarily in the Midwest. The company retired the W.C. Beckjord Station. Duke Energy’s ownership interests in the remaining generation facilities were sold to Dynegy Inc. on April 2, 2015. These plants included:

Beckjord Station (Coal), retired

  • 862 megawatts
  • New Richmond, Ohio
  • Partially owned by DP&L and AEP

Beckjord Station (Oil), retired

  • 244 megawatts
  • New Richmond, Ohio

Conesville Station (Coal)

  • 312 megawatts
  • Conesville, Ohio
  • Wholly Dynegy owned

Dicks Creek (Natural Gas)

  • 172 megawatts
  • Middletown, Ohio
  • 100 percent owned by Dynegy

Fayette Energy Facility (Natural Gas)

  • 620 megawatts
  • Masontown, Pennsylvania
  • 100 percent owned by Dynegy

Hanging Rock Energy Facility (Natural Gas)

  • 1,240 megawatts
  • Ironton, Ohio
  • 100 percent owned by Dynegy

Killen Station (Coal)

  • 198 megawatts
  • Manchester, Ohio
  • Partially owned by DP&L

Lee Energy Facility (Natural Gas)

  • 640 megawatts
  • Dixon, Illinois
  • 100 percent owned by Dynegy

Miami Fort Station (Coal) Units 7 & 8*

  • 640 megawatts
  • North Bend, Ohio
  • Partially owned by DP&L

Miami Fort Station (Oil)

  • 80 megawatts
  • North Bend, Ohio
  • 100 percent owned by Dynegy

Stuart Station (Coal)

  • 900 megawatts
  • Aberdeen, Ohio
  • Partially owned by DP&L and AEP

Washington Energy Facility (Natural Gas)

  • 620 megawatts
  • Beverly, Ohio
  • 100 percent owned by Dynegy
  • 605 megawatts
  • Moscow, Ohio
  • Partially owned by DP&L and AEP

*Note: Miami Fort Station 6 (coal) is owned by DE-Ohio - dispatched into Kentucky - and is not part of the transaction.