DPL announces phase six of merchant generation expansion

This Phase consists of two 80-MW General Electric combustion turbine peaking generating units and represents an investment of $55 million. These 160 MW will be located at DPL’s Darby Station, southwest of Columbus, Ohio and are scheduled to be online for the 2002 summer peaking season. DPL has received all state and regulatory approvals for the project.

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., May 14, 2001 – Kerr-McGee Chemical LLC, wholly owned by Kerr-McGee Corp., announced today that it has joined with Canadian electric company Hydro-Quebec to optimize and market a unique, solid-state lithium metal polymer power cell in a 50/50 joint venture, Avestor Corporation.

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