3 hrs ago
Asbury Park Press
Charged up: Toms River man doesn't want to pay for pole
Charged up: Toms River man doesn't want to pay for pole JCP&L: Ortley Beach resident Doug Uhlig's house is too close to an overhead electric wire.
11 hrs ago
The Plain Dealer
More reasons why FirstEnergy should disclose its energy-efficiency data: editorial
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio hasn't yet ruled on FirstEnergy Corp.'s bid to keep secret some of its energy-efficiency data .
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Plans to make you pay more to keep coal-fired power plants running is a "bailout," and key findings of new poll
FirstEnergy Corp. wants its customers to guarantee profitability of its largest coal-fired power plant in Ohio for the next 15 years.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Wood Pole Inspection and Replacement Program Continues at Met-Ed to Enhance Service Reliability
Overall, Met-Ed, a FirstEnergy Corp. utility, expects to inspect more than 28,400 of its 342,080 wooden poles in 2014 for signs of wear, insect infestation or damage from a car accident.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Peters homeowners file suit against FirstEnergy
Homeowners in Windermere will be asking the court to prevent FirstEnergy from clear-cutting trees and spraying herbicide on private property by the end of August.
First Energy reaches Twinsburg towers in $133 million transmission line project
Motorists witnessed some interesting ground and aerial activity at Route 91 and Pinnacle Parkway Aug. 16, as FirstEnergy Corp. used a helicopter to string a 345,000-volt electrical transmission line across Route 91, then northwest to Glenwillow.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Electric Energy Online
JCP&L Completes Substation Upgrade in Burlington County to Increase...
Jersey Central Power & Light has completed a $2 million substation upgrade in Wrightstown to enhance customer service reliability and help meet the growing demand for electricity in Burlington County.
FirstEnergy Solutions cutting jobs
FirstEnergy Solutions is one of the largest retail suppliers in the country, with more than 2.7 million customers in six states.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Your Utility Company Is Asking For A Bailout, And Guess Who They Expect To Pay For It?
FirstEnergy recently joined American Electric Power and Duke Energy in filing a request before the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio - the state agency in charge of keeping utilities in check.
Volunteers help United Way agencies
Volunteers help United Way agencies United Way of Richland County 2014 goal set at $1.7 million Check out this story on mansfieldnewsjournal.com: http://ohne.ws/1ovvs7D Two hundred volunteers Wednesday helped at 24 United Way of Richland County agencies on the Day of Caring.
The York Daily Record
Met-Ed's parent company offering grants for classroom projects
FirstEnergy Corp., the parent company of Met-Ed, is offering grants of up to $500 for classroom projects in science, technology, engineering and math for the upcoming 2014-2015 school year.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Peters council amends chicken ordinance; hears FirstEnergy complaints
Randall Stonemark, of 140 Maple Lane, is the latest to complain of FirstEnergy's policy to clear cut trees on private property.
Met-Ed wants to increase bills to pay for new lines and other improvements
Met-Ed is asking the state for permission to increase bills by about 18 percent to cover the cost of infrastructure improvements made over the past 22 years.
Crain's Chicago Busines
Big power supplier to suburbs cuts cord in Illinois
FirstEnergy Solutions, the power supplier that serves about a third of the competitive residential electricity market in northern Illinois, is pulling the plug here.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
FirstEnergy files rate increase requests in Pa.
FirstEnergy Corp. subsidiaries Pennsylvania Electric Co., Pennsylvania Power Co., West Penn Power Co.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
The Columbus Dispatch
Electricity companies seek some regulation
Three of Ohio's four largest utilities - companies that rarely agree on anything - are teaming up in an attempt to dial back on deregulation.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
FirstEnergy says PUCO shouldn't hear schools' complaint over polar vortex charge
FirstEnergy Solutions is charging customers with fixed-rate contracts a pass-through charge to make up costs from the winter's cold weather.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
FirstEnergy files 3-year plan
Akron-based FirstEnergy Corp., the parent of Toledo Edison, said it has filed a plan with the state that will help stabilize long-term pricing volatility in the electricity market, but the state's top residential utility consumer agency responded with concern.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
FirstEnergy seeks rate increases
FirstEnergy warned in January they would seek rate increases. Customers won't find out until May 2015 after PUC-held public hearings this fall.