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FirstEnergy vegetation plans approved
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Mon Apr 14, 2014
NOPEC customers won't see FirstEnergy polar vortex surcharge
Consumers and small businesses who buy their power from FirstEnergy Solutions and are worried about the coming extra charge for last winter need to know just one word: NOPEC.
FirstEnergy Corp. Given Consensus Recommendation of "Hold" by Analysts
FirstEnergy Corp. has been given an average recommendation of "Hold" by the fifteen ratings firms that are presently covering the stock, American Banking News reports .
Electric Energy Online
Potomac Edison Rebuilds Major 500 Kilovolt Line in Frederick County,...
Potomac Edison, a subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp. , is rebuilding a major 500-kilovolt transmission line in Frederick County, Md., to enhance service reliability for existing customers and accommodate future electrical load growth in Maryland and West Virginia.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
The nuclear industry thinks its under siege; but it brought it on itself
We couldn't have written a better headline ourselves: Nuclear power industry under seige, FirstEnergy exec warns .
Potomac Edison Rebuilds Major 500 Kilovolt Line in Frederick County, Maryland
The total cost of the project is approximately , Md. Crews are erecting the new structures within the existing right-of-way in close proximity to the structures they replace.
FirstEnergy polar vortex surcharge facing PUCO investigation
The arctic cold weather that slammed Ohio in January will slam consumer wallets and businesses this summer if FirstEnergy Solutions has its way.
West Virginia Metro
Senate Majority Leader: Charge people for the power they use
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Senate Majority Leader John Unger says the power bills Potomac Edison's customers are paying are not accurate at times.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
NEI Nuclear Notes
What Are The Threats to America's Electric Supply?
On Tuesday, Anthony J. Alexander , President and CEO of FirstEnergy Corporation , addressed a standing-room only gathering at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce .
The Columbus Dispatch
Clean' energy bill sparks plugs, pans
Some of Ohio's largest and best-known businesses are at odds this week over a proposal that would stop mandated annual increases in "green" energy purchases by utilities.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Wednesday Sector Laggards: Utilities, Energy
In afternoon trading on Wednesday, Utilities stocks are the worst performing sector, showing a 0.5% loss.
FirstEnergy Solutions' polar vortex surcharge prompts PUCO...
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio has ordered an investigation into the marketing practices of competitive electric suppliers, spurred on by a controversial surcharge FirstEnergy Solutions Corp. plans to levy against its customers.
FirstEnergy CEO decries 'war on coal' in U.S. Chamber of Commerce speech
Government interference in the electricity marketplace is stifling the growth and use of electricity and picking winners and losers, FirstEnergy Corp. President and CEO Anthony J. Alexander told a U.S. Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Tuesday.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Electric Energy Online
FirstEnergy CEO: U.S. Electric Energy Policies Should Focus on...
Government policies are jeopardizing the reliability and affordability of a service that is vital to the nation's economy, productivity and competitiveness, according to FirstEnergy President and CEO Anthony J. Alexander.
WNYC-AM New York
21st Century Energy Outlook: Quite Similar To The Last Two Centuries
But the speaker, Anthony Alexander, the chief executive of FirstEnergy Corp., offered a vigorous defense of that 20th century invention - nuclear power.
FirstEnergy Plans Transmission Line Improvements
FirstEnergy Corporation is undertaking a major improvement project. Area Manager Dan DeVille told the Richland County Commissioners Tuesday morning, the upgrades include two, 69,000 volt lines that run through Ashland and Richland counties.
FirstEnergy nuclear chief finds Japan's nuclear safeguards lacking after visiting Fukushima
Peter Sena III starts on a bluff above the Daiichi reactor that melted down in the tsunami-triggered nuclear disaster in Fukushima, Japan, three years ago.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Lockout of FirstEnergy workers could be ending
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FirstEnergy presents grant for economic development
Ashland Community Foundation accepted a $5,000 grant from FirstEnergy Foundation on Friday on behalf of the Ashland Area Council for Economic Development to help fund local economic development activities.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
FirstEnergy customers face added fee
Customers will be required to pay what FES is calling a "RTO Expense Surcharge," said Diane Francis, spokeswoman of FES, an electricity supplier and subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp. According to Francis, extremely cold weather in January resulted in record levels of energy use, and throughout the month PJM Interconnection, the regional transmission ... (more)