AES Corp. Layoffs

Topics regarding layoffs at AES Corp.

AES/DP&L Trouble?

Just seen where the Public Utilities Commission of OHIO issued an order modifying Dayton Power & Light's rates and removing the Distribution Modernization Rider and ordered DP&L to file new rate by November 29, 2019. Wander how this will effect... —  read more 

AES Layoffs 2020

Is there going to be any reorg or AES Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?

AES/IPL to layoff 120 by 2023

AES Petersburg is to layoff 120 people by 2023. They stated they are looking at retiring Unit 1 by 2021 and Unit 2 by 2023 we were told In November of 2019. No further information has been relayed to anyone - all just still in the dark as usual... —  read more 

AES Layoffs 2019

If the market makes a turn soon, do you think there will be AES Layoffs in 2019?

DP&L is laying off, not AES.

I mean they own DPL but it's not direct to AES corporate layoffs. AES did not have layoffs in long time, I've been with them for about three years.

US Layoffs are coming to AES

Second quarter will be bloody for the AES on the US side. It was already announced that around 160 will be laid off, and I have a feeling that was just the beginning. When a company announces reorganization meant to simplify its portfolio, then it's... —  read more 

AES Layoffs 2018

I can tell you that rumors or gossip are flying around about job cuts in Arlington.

More Layoffs

Dayton Power & Light, a subsidiary of AES Corp. (AES), said in an emailed statement that it planned to close the J.M. Stuart and Killen plants by June 2018 because they would not be “economically viable beyond mid-2018.” Coal demand has flagged in... —  read more 

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