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GenOn becomes sole owner of 2 Md. coal-fired plants

GenOn Holdings Inc., through its GenOn Mid-Atlantic LLC subsidiary, closed the purchase of lease interests in two coal-fired power plants in Maryland.

GenOn Mid-Atlantic is now the sole owner and operator of the 849-MW Dickerson plant and 1,477-MW Morgantown plant. Both power facilities are interconnected to PJM Interconnection through Exelon Corp. subsidiary Potomac Electric Power Co.

The transaction was completed on Dec. 11, 2019, according to a Federal Energy Regulatory Commission filing. (FERC docket EC20-9)