Dayton Power & Light held its second wholesale auction on September 23, 2014,  representing 50 percent of its standard service offer (SSO), with the winning bids coming in at $62.08 per megawatt hour (MWh), according to a recent article in The Hannah Report. According to the article, last fall “the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) approved consumer costs of $49.32 per megawatt hour for the initial piece of DP&L’s January 2014–May 2017 service period” for DP&L’s first auction, which was for 10 percent of its SSO.  Also last September, PUCO had approved an electric security plan (ESP) that guarantees DP&L “$375 million in customer ‘stability’ charges under a graduated shift to deregulated electricity prices.” DP&L’s customers still have the option to choose alternate suppliers or join an electric aggregation group.