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King of Prussia,  TX 
United States
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We're proud to power Pennsylvania. Put us to work for you.

At Dynegy, we deliver more than just power to residential, municipal, commercial and industrial customers across several state. With competitive pricing for businesses of all sizes, we'll help you find an electricity plan that prioritizes savings and meets your sustainability goals.

Dynegy is a subsidiary of Vistra (NYSE: VST), a premier, integrated energy company, combining innovative, customer-centric approach to retail with a focus on safe, reliable, and efficient power generation. Through its retail and generation busineses, which include TXU Energy, Homefield Energy, Dynegy, Ambit Energy, USG&E, Public Power and Luminant, Vistra operates in 20 states and the District of Columbia and six of the seven competitive markets in the U.S. Vistra's retail brands serve approximately 5 million residential, commercial and industrial customers with electricity and gas. The company's generation fleet totals approximately 39,000 megawatts of highly efficient generation capacity, with a diverse portfolio of natural gas, nuclear, coal, solar and battery storage facilities. 

Brands: We are part of the Vistra integrated portfolio of brands. Dynegy is the retail supplier for Pennsylvania and our sister company, Luminant manages our generation.

 Show Specials

  • (Jun 24, 2020)

    What Are Greenbacks?

    Greenbacks are rebate dollars that we provide to help you fund a new energy efficiency project or offset the cost of existing projects at no additional cost to your commodity agreement, and in addition to utility rebates you may already receive.

    What's in it for you?

    We award nearly $2 million each year to our customers to help fund their efficiency upgrades and we can help make your project a reality too. Leveraging Greenbacks, you’ll be able to:

    Meet organizational sustainability goals.
    • Support a cleaner, greener environment.
    • Get long-term savings on your energy bill.

    Learn more: It costs you nothing to see if we can save you something. Contact us today at and or visit

  • (Jun 24, 2020)

    As a trusted electricity supplier, Dynegy is proud to serve the needs of our customers and communities with affordable and predictable electricity plans. Dynegy also recognizes the increased economic uncertainties many businesses are facing today and is responding with solutions like a new 90-Day Price Guarantee.

    Delivering additional peace of mind, this guarantee enables customers to be eligible for lower power price options if wholesale market prices decrease within the first 90 days of their contract.

    Other solutions include managing usage variances related to the COVID-19 shutdown and developing energy efficiency best practices to help Greater Philadelphia businesses as they begin to reopen and recover.

    Learn more: It costs you nothing to see if we can save you something. Contact us today at and or visit

 Press Releases

  • Dynegy Donates $160,000 Towards COVID-19 Relief in Pennsylvania

    Funds will go toward meeting critical needs in communities across the state

    KING OF PRUSSIA, PA – April 21, 2020 — Dynegy today announced it is committing $160,000 to support Pennsylvania communities as they begin the process of economic recovery from COVID-19.

    “As the painful effects of this pandemic continue, Dynegy and its employees are honored to assist in this immediate and impactful way to help meet critical needs in the communities we serve,” said Brad Watson, Dynegy’s director of community affairs. “Our company is inspired by the first responders, food bank workers, the community foundations assisting small businesses, and the health care workers fighting on behalf of us all. We stand with you – now, more than ever before.”

    The $160,000 donation will directly support communities and individuals to meet their most pressing needs, including funding for food banks, community assistance funds, and more.

    • $90,000 will go to Philadelphia organizations, including the Philadelphia Foundation, Philabundance, The Montgomery County Foundation, and childcare assistance programs through the Greater Philadelphia YMCA
    • $35,000 will go to Pittsburgh organizations, including the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank and utility bill-payment assistance and food bank programs through Dollar Energy Fund
    • $35,000 will go to Lehigh Valley organizations, including the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce COVID-19 Relief Fund and Second Harvest of the Lehigh Valley

    “We are grateful to Dynegy for their support of Philabundance, particularly during this time of crisis in our community,” said Kim Sears, director of strategic partnerships for Philabundance. “Their generous contribution helps us provide hunger relief for the people of the Delaware Valley.”  

    Press Release:

  • IRVING, Texas, June 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Vistra (NYSE: VST) published today its 2019 Annual Sustainability Report, which adopts for the first time the Sustainable Accounting Standards Board (SASB) and Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) frameworks. In addition, the report highlights Vistra's environmental, social, and governance (ESG) initiatives and accomplishments for the 2019 reporting period, including:

    Emissions Reductions

    • Achieving a 39% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions since 2010, meaning that Vistra has realized 78% of its target to reduce Scope 1 CO2 equivalent emissions by more than 50% by 2030.
    • Retiring four coal plants totaling approximately 2,000 megawatts (MWs) in Illinois and announcing plans to retire a fifth coal plant of 585 MWs by year-end 2022, which will further advance Vistra's progress toward its 2030 emissions reduction target. Vistra has retired nearly 13,000 MWs of coal-fueled plants since 2010 and plans to retire an additional approximately 7,000 MWs before 2030.
    • Joining as a founding member the Climate Leadership Council ("CLC"), an international policy institute created in collaboration with prominent business, opinion, and environmental leaders to promote a carbon dividends framework as the most cost-effective, equitable, and politically viable climate solution.


    • Introducing a new name, logo, and motto for the company's mindset around safety: Best Defense, which was derived from guidance by national workplace safety expert Dr. Todd Conklin, who has said, "Safety is not the absence of events. Safety is the presence of defenses."
    • Implementing, in 2020, early adoption of a variety of new procedures to keep our employees and contractors safe while maintaining our essential business operations in the wake of COVID-19. After 86 spring power plant maintenance outages, Vistra has not had one employee or contractor become infected with the COVID-19 virus at its work sites.

    Renewable and No-Carbon Energy

    • Continuing development of nearly 450 MWs of battery storage and with a pipeline of approximately 3,000 MWs of additional solar and battery storage projects in Texas and California.
    • Supporting Coal to Solar and Energy Storage Act in Illinois, including converting coal generation sites to solar and energy storage, advancing the state's clean energy goals, and benefiting multiple downstate Illinois communities.
    • Offering more than 40 renewable-based plans to our retail electricity customers.
    • Introducing a 10-year view of the company, estimating that nearly 20% of Vistra's EBITDA and generation capacity will be derived from renewable assets by 2030.

    Caring for Our Communities

    • Supporting our local communities across 11 states with more than $3.5 million in charitable giving in 2019.
    • Donating $2 million to communities in need in 2020 in light of hardships brought on by COVID-19 through donations to non-profits and social service agencies.

    "The importance of electricity has never been more pronounced than it is today. Vistra is committed to providing affordable and reliable power to our nearly 5 million retail customers while also minimizing our impact on the environment, supporting our customers and the communities where we operate, and keeping our employees safe and healthy," said Curt Morgan, Vistra's president and CEO. "Since becoming a public company in 2016, Vistra has transformed its electricity generation portfolio from one that produced 70% of its output from coal to one that contributes less than 20% of its earnings from coal while also investing heavily in solar and battery storage facilities, with more to come. We are committed to being a leader in the climate change effort and have our sights set on reaching net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, which can be achieved through the continued rotation of our generation base, supportive public policy, and technological advancements."

    In addition to being an industry leader in the effort to address climate change, Vistra strives for excellence in employee safety, supply chain and employee diversity, community impact, and the customer experience. Vistra's 2019 Annual Sustainability Report addresses these topics and more. For additional information about our 2019 ESG initiatives and to download a copy of the report, please visit the Vistra website at