Corporate Overview

DPL Inc. and its principal subsidiary, The Dayton Power and Light Company (DP&L), supply power to over 520,000 customers in 24 counties throughout West Central Ohio.

Corporate Structure

DPL principal subsidiaries include:

Fast Facts

Founded in 1911
2016 Annual Revenue
$1,427.3 Million
2016 Total Assets
$2,419.2 Million
2016 Net Income
$(485.2) Million
Number of Employees 
Approximately 1,200
Dayton, Ohio

Cost-Competitive Generation

2,489 Megawatts of Generation Capacity

Low cost, coal-fired generation capacity 1,741 megawatts
Natural gas and diesel peaking generation capacity 988 megawatts
Roughly 42% of coal-fired generating capacity is co-owned to diversify operational risk
Record Peak Demand
3,270 megawatts (8/07)

Environmental Investments

As a predominantly coal-fired producer, DPL is committed to operating in an environmentally responsible and compliant manner. DPL built the largest utility-owned solar array in SW Ohio, and together with AES, built the first advanced energy storage facility in the state. By testing renewable energy sources, installing electric vehicle charging stations, and restoring natural prairie lands, we can make our region a cleaner, more environmentally-friendly place for us all.

Committed to Excellence and Values

  • Consistently exceeds reliability targets set by the Public Utility Commission of Ohio (PUCO)
  • Award-winning customer service 

Involved in the Community

  • $2.4 million in annual charitable and local economic development support
  • The DP&L Foundation, established in 1985, has donated more than $36 million to a variety of civic, cultural and youth organizations
  • Think Hot! Stay Safe! is a public safety program to educate our communities on the power of electricity

Quality Customer Service

DPL employees take pride in providing customers with reliable electric service, 24/7, consistently exceeding reliability standards set by the PUCO. DPL people are committed to educating customers about the changing energy landscape to help them make educated energy decisions.