They generate power.
We all generate opportunities.
We’re all for Ohio.
On Tuesday, October 25 Dynegy hosted the Ohio Chamber’s final stop on the 2016 All for Ohio series. The legislators in attendance at the Beverly facility were Rep. Andy Thompson and Sen. Troy Balderson.
Dynegy employs over 400 individuals at their 11 locations around Ohio. Throughout the Midwest and Northeast, Dynegy operates power generating facilities capable of producing nearly 26,000 megawatts of electricity—or enough energy to power about 21 million American homes. The company is proud of what they do, but note that it’s about much more than just output. Dynegy is always striving to generate power safely and responsibly for their wholesale and retail electricity customers who depend on that energy to grow and thrive.
“It’s great to have the opportunity to educate regarding the value of competitive energy markets,” said Ron Cremeans, VP & General Manager, Plant Operations. “Dynegy takes pride in the business we do and powering our communities and we don’t want to see Ohio citizens pay more than necessary for energy.”
In addition to competitive markets, the policy discussion hit on the opioid epidemic and workforce development issues.
The All for Ohio series was initiated by the Ohio Chamber to have a more in-depth discussions with member companies and elected officials to better understand how public policy directly impacts the bottom line of businesses operating in Ohio.