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A New, 21st Century Energy Company

NRG and GenOn have combined to become the largest competitive power generation company in the U.S. with about 47,000 MW of fossil, nuclear, solar and wind generation capacity—enough to supply almost 40 million homes.

This enhanced core generation business—concentrated in the Gulf Coast, Eastern and Western regions of the U.S.—will allow the new NRG to further invest in and grow its clean energy businesses, delivering the sustainable energy technologies of tomorrow. NRG also has an even stronger platform for its retail electricity providers—Reliant, Green Mountain Energy Company and Energy Plus—to expand in the mid-Atlantic and Northeast competitive markets.

Combined with NRG’s industry-leading solar portfolio, the development of smart energy retail solutions and eVgo, the nation’s first privately funded electric vehicle infrastructure, NRG is changing how people think about and use energy.

More about the NRG-GenOn combination

Recent Communications
NRG and GenOn Complete Merger, Creating Nation’s Largest Competitive Power Generator
Planned NRG Energy and GenOn Energy Merger Approved by Public Utility Commission of Texas

Investor Q&A
For investor questions, see NRG's Investor FAQ or contact NRG's Investor Relations at 609.524.4500.

GenOn Energy History & Prior Holder FAQs

Related Materials
Combined Company Factsheet
Combined Generation Assets
Locations Map
About NRG

Form 8937: Report of Organizational Actions Affecting Basis of Securities

combined asset map

The Combination at a Glance

About 47,000 MW net ownership, enough to supply almost 40 million homes

Ownership interest in almost 100 power generating facilities in 18 states

Almost 8,000 total employees

Diverse generation portfolio of fossil, nuclear, solar and wind stations in the East, West and Gulf Coast regions

Who to Contact

Media Inquiries

Karen Cleeve
David Knox
(Gulf Coast, Energy Svcs and Petra Nova)
David Gaier
(East Region, NRG Energy Centers)
Jeff Holland
(West and Solar)
Pat Hammond
Carly Kade

Investor Relations

Chad Plotkin
Vice President
Daniel Keyes

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