DP&L Reaches Settlement in its Distribution Rate Case with 15 Parties and the PUCO Staff

DAYTON, Ohio – June 19, 2018 – The Dayton Power and Light Company (DP&L), a subsidiary of The AES Corporation (NYSE: AES), announced that it has filed a stipulation (Stipulation) in its distribution rate case with the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO). The proposed Stipulation was signed by a broad coalition of 15 parties and PUCO Staff, balancing the interests of residential, commercial, and industrial customers. The Stipulation allows DP&L the opportunity to meet the needs of its customers and support the company’s investments to maintain reliability and customer service. In addition, DP&L resolves issues associated with the national tax reform act. The resolution includes an agreement to return the tax savings associated with the act and makes a commitment to return to its customers no less than $4 million per year for five years.

 DP&L maintains the lowest residential rates of the investor-owned utilities in Ohio. If the Stipulation is approved by the PUCO, the average residential customer in the DP&L service territory, using 1,000 kWh on DP&L's Standard Service Offer, can expect a monthly bill adjustment of $2.64.  

"This proposed settlement represents a compromise among the parties, while allowing DP&L to provide ongoing, essential system maintenance to the poles, wires, transformers, substations and other infrastructure that safely deliver electricity to our customers,” said DP&L President and CEO, Craig Jackson. “We take pride in serving our customers and if approved by the Commission, this settlement is critical to ensuring our customers continue to have the safe, reliable service they have known and come to expect.”

 

 About The Dayton Power and Light Company and AES

The Dayton Power and Light Company is the principal subsidiary of DPL Inc. (DPL), a regional energy provider and an AES company.  DPL’s significant subsidiaries include The Dayton Power and Light Company, AES Ohio Generation, LLC (AES Ohio Gen), Miami Valley Insurance Company (MVIC), and Miami Valley Lighting, LLC (MVLt). The Dayton Power and Light Company, a regulated electric utility, provides service to over 520,000 customers in West Central Ohio; MVIC, a captive insurance company, provides insurance services to DPL and its subsidiaries, and MVLt maintains outdoor lighting to governments and businesses. AES Ohio Gen co-owns merchant generation facilities. For more information about the company, please visit www.dplinc.com. Connect with DP&L at www.twitter.com/dpltoday, www.linkedin.com/company/dayton-power-and-light, and at www.facebook.com/DPLToday.

The AES Corporation (NYSE: AES) is a Fortune 500 global power company. We provide affordable, sustainable energy to 15 countries through our diverse portfolio of distribution businesses as well as thermal and renewable generation facilities. Our workforce is committed to operational excellence and meeting the world’s changing power needs. Our 2017 revenues were $11 billion and we own and manage $33 billion in total assets. To learn more, please visit www.aes.com.  Follow AES on Twitter @TheAESCorp.

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