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Chicago Cubs sign power supply deal with Dynegy

MLB franchise the Chicago Cubs has signed a new partnership with US electricity supplier Dynegy.

Under the multi-year deal, Dynegy will become the Official and Exclusive Energy Provider of the Chicago Cubs and Wrigley Field.

As part of the deal, Dynegy will get exclusive marketing rights, branding rights at Wrigley Field, and rights to offer exclusive discounts on electricity plans to Chicago Cubs fans.

The deal is Dynegy’s second partnership in the MLB alongside the Cincinnati Reds, where Dynegy is the Official Energy Provider to the Reds’ home venue, The Great American Ball Park.

Founded over 30 years ago, Dynegy is a subsidiary of New York Stock Exchange-listed Vistra Energy.

Dynegy offers price-protected electricity plans for residential, municipal aggregation, commercial and industrial customers.

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