Tag: FirstEnergy

FirstEnergy investing $156M in Potomac Edison Area

USA, Maryland: FirstEnergy is set to invest about $156 million in 2018 on distribution and transmission infrastructure projects in Potomac Edison's service area in western Maryland and the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia.

USD 189M investment planned in Mon Power Area

USA, West Virginia: FirstEnergy will invest about $189 million in 2018 on distribution and transmission infrastructure projects aimed to enhance service reliability and meet future economic growth for its customers in Mon Power's 34-county West Virginia service area.

Met-Ed Service Area to receive $348M upgrades

USA, Pennsylvania: FirstEnergy expects to invest about $348 million in 2018 on distribution and transmission infrastructure projects to help enhance reliability for more than 560,000 customers in the Metropolitan Edison (Met-Ed) service territory in Pennsylvania.

USD 235M power projects planned for Western Pennsylvania

USA; Pennsylvania: As part of its ongoing efforts to strengthen the durability and flexibility of its electric transmission and distribution systems, FirstEnergy plans to spend about $235 million during 2017 on infrastructure upgrades to enhance service reliability in West Penn Power's 24-county service area.

$172M to be spent in NE Ohio on power system upgrades

USA, Ohio: Aiming to strengthen the durability and flexibility of its electric transmission and distribution systems, FirstEnergy plans to spend about $172 million during 2017 on infrastructure upgrades to enhance service reliability in The Illuminating Company's five-county northeast Ohio service area.

$30M substation project completed in Ohio

USA, Ohio: FirstEnergy completed a $30 million transmission project in Elyria, Ohio, to meet rising demand for electricity driven by commercial and industrial load growth in the area.

$128M power projects underway in Maryland and West Virginia

USA, Maryland: FirstEnergy is continuing work this summer and throughout the remainder of 2016 on distribution and transmission infrastructure projects totalling approximately $128 million in Potomac Edison's service area in western Maryland and the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia.

$48M substation expansion underway

USA, Ohio: FirstEnergy is expanding a substation in Wampum, Pennsylvania to accommodate new high-voltage electrical equipment designed to reinforce the regional electric system and enhance service reliability.

FirstEnergy moves 300-ton power transformer

USA, Ohio: FirstEnergy has transported a 300-ton power transformer from the Ohio Commerce Center on Route 45 to a power substation on Highland Avenue in Lordstown, Ohio.

Illuminating Company completes construction of $3M substation in Avon

USA, Ohio: The Illuminating Company, a subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp., is completing construction of a new approximately $3 million substation in Avon to help enhance customer service reliability and meet the future demand for electricity in the area.

FirstEnergy to complete $48M substation project in Elk County

USA, Pennsylvania: FirstEnergy Corp. has nearly completed construction of a new substation in Elk County, Pennsylvania, that will include voltage-regulating equipment designed to reinforce the electric system and enhance service reliability for West Penn Power and Pennsylvania Electric Company (Penelec) utility customers.

FirstEnergy installs four massive transformers in Frederick

USA, Maryland: FirstEnergy Corp. is expanding a transmission substation in Frederick, Maryland, to accommodate new voltage-regulating equipment designed to help reinforce the electric system, support load growth and enhance service reliability in Potomac Edison's service area.

JCP&L to spend $13M on substation upgrades

USA, New Jersey: A FirstEnergy Company Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) plans to spend a total of $267 million in 2015 on electrical and transmission system enhancement projects in its New Jersey service area.

FirstEnergy invested $30M in new power transformers in Ohio

USA, Ohio: FirstEnergy has made an investment of $690 million in the Ohio Edison service area on power transmission and distribution infrastructure, including building new transmission lines, new substations, and installing new power transformers.