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NRG Energy announced in February 2018 the sale of the company’s stake in NRG Yield, a tax-advantaged renewable energy investment pass-through vehicle, to Global Energy Infrastructure Partners (GIP) and the sale of its Louisiana assets to Cleco Corporate Holdings. This included the 1,300 MW Cottonwood natural gas plant (1. 3 GW), the 1,500 MW Big Cajun II coal and gas-fired plant (1. 5 GW), and three other gas-fired peaking plants. In August, NRG Yield changed its name to Clearway Energy and began trading under the new name and ticker symbol (CWEN and CWEN. A) in the New York Stock Exchange on September 17. These sales are estimated to reduce NRG Energy’s debt by $7 billion and reduce their energy generation portfolio from 50,000 MW (50 GW) to 24,000 MW (24 GW). In March 2018, the company planned to hasten its transition from an independent power producer model (IPP) to a customer driven integrated power model that favored retail businesses. After GenOn’s exit in 2018, the NRG fleet shrunk to 23 GW but retained 2. 9 million retail customers. The new fleet has 11. 5 GW of generation (46% natural gas generation, 31% coal generation, and 15% oil generation) in Texas, 9. 7 GW of generation in the East, and 2. 6 GW of generation in the West. In March 2018, NRG Energy acquired XOOM Energy, a retail electricity provider, for $210 million. XOOM Energy served 300,000 customers in the East, which was added to NRG Energy’s retail profile.

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