A little over four months into the Energy Future Holdings bankruptcy and other power companies are already kicking the tires on its power plants.
Dynegy CEO Robert Flexon, who controls a fleet of power plants across the northeast and midwest, told the Houston Business Journal Monday that his firm could be interested in buying EFH’s assets.
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