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Dayton, Indianapolis utilities take name of parent firm AES Corp.

Dayton, Indianapolis utilities take name of parent firm AES Corp.

Several utilities in the U.S. Midwest owned by global firm AES Corp. have changed their names to reflect that connection and solidify statewide identities. Indianapolis Power & Light has changed its name to AES Indiana. In Ohio, the 110-year-old Dayton Power & Light has changed its name to reflect its connection in the AES family of companies. DP&L is now […]
AES Corp. buys renewable energy firm sPower

AES Corp. buys renewable energy firm sPower

sPower has an operating portfolio of nearly 1.3 GW
The AES Corp. energy storage technology wins EEI award

The AES Corp. energy storage technology wins EEI award

The AES Corp. received the Edison Electric Institute's 2016 International Edison Award. A panel of former electric company chief executives selected AES for the annual award from a group of distinguished finalists 
VIDEO: AES Corp. building 10 MW energy storage facility in UK

VIDEO: AES Corp. building 10 MW energy storage facility in UK

The array is expected to begin operations by the end of 2015
AES Corp. switches on 1,240 MW coal-fired plant in Vietnam

AES Corp. switches on 1,240 MW coal-fired plant in Vietnam

The AES Corp. achieved commercial operation of its 1,240 MW coal-fired Mong Duong 2 power plant in Vietnam six months ahead of schedule 
Charles Harrington joins AES Corp. board

Charles Harrington joins AES Corp. board

Charles Harrington, chairman and CEO of Parsons Corp. was appointed to the AES Corp. board of directors, effective November 1, 2013
AES Corp. brings 40 MW energy storage system online

AES Corp. brings 40 MW energy storage system online

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James Miller joins AES Corp. board of directors

James Miller joins AES Corp. board of directors

Miller most recently served as chairman of PPL Corp. from 2006 until his retirement in March 2012
AES Corp. sells interests in Chinese coal, hydro, wind assets

AES Corp. sells interests in Chinese coal, hydro, wind assets

Subject to local customary approvals, the transactions are expected to close in the second half of 2012
Moody’s downgrades AES Corp. to Ba3

Moody’s downgrades AES Corp. to Ba3

Moody's Investors Service downgraded the senior unsecured debt of The AES Corporation to Ba3 from Ba1.