A Dynegy spokesman says the move is due to market conditions and the current credit environment in the energy sector. He says: “We will continue to trade with customers by phone, and our goal is to re-activate Dynegy Direct when the market stabilises and trading demand picks up to an extent that justifies doing so.”
Dynegy Direct, the firm’s proprietary energy platform, offers 750 energy
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