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LS Power Completes Purchase of Generating Assets from Dynegy

LS Power Completes Purchase of Generating Assets from Dynegy

December 1, 2009 – The LS Power Group (“LS Power”) completed its purchase of several generating assets from Dynegy adding approximately 4,500 megawatts of capacity to LS Power’s electricity generating portfolio. The generating assets acquired from Dynegy include the following:

  • Arlington Valley (Arizona) – 579 megawatt natural gas-fired combined cycle
  • Bluegrass (Kentucky) – 486 megawatt natural gas-fired simple cycle
  • Bridgeport (Connecticut) – 460 megawatt natural gas-fired combined cycle
  • Griffith (Arizona) – 570 megawatt natural gas-fired combined cycle
  • Renaissance (Michigan) – 652 megawatt natural gas-fired simple cycle
  • Riverside (Kentucky) – 836 megawatt natural gas-fired simple cycle
  • Rocky Road (Illinois) – 330 megawatt natural gas-fired simple cycle
  • Sandy Creek (Texas) – 288 megawatt coal-fired (reflects Dynegy’s partial interest)
  • Tilton (Illinois) – 176 megawatt natural gas-fired simple cycle

About LS Power:

Founded in 1990, LS Power is a premier development, investment, and operating company focused on the North American power and energy infrastructure sector, with leading platforms across generation, transmission and energy transition solutions. Since inception, LS Power has developed or acquired over 47,000 MW of power generation, including utility-scale solar, wind, hydro, battery energy storage, and natural gas-fired facilities. Through LS Power Grid, the firm has built and operates approximately 680 miles of high-voltage transmission and has another 200+ miles and multiple grid infrastructure projects currently under construction or development. Across its efforts, LS Power actively invests in and scales businesses that are accelerating the energy transition, including electric vehicle charging, demand response, microgrids, renewable fuels and waste-to-energy platforms. Over the years, LS Power has raised $53 billion in debt and equity capital to support North American infrastructure.