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Apr 18, 2022 … For the best experience, take advantage of the benefits of an online account: Pay your bill online; Check your outage status; View your billing …

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Thomas Poynton Jr., 31, died after a high-voltage conductor fell into his backyard, investigators found.

Pole Inspection and Replacement Program Continues at Met-Ed to …

To help enhance the reliability of its system, Metropolitan Edison Company (Met-Ed), a FirstEnergy Corp. (NYSE: FE) utility, will replace or repair about 640 wooden utility poles this year as part of the companys annual inspection program. The poles would stretch nearly five miles if laid end to end. Overall, Met-Ed will inspect approximately 35,000 of its 342,000 wooden poles in 2017 for signs of wear, insect infestation or damage from motor vehicle accidents, with a budgeted cost of approximately $4.5 million. Poles are vital to the delivery of electricity to homes and businesses in our area, said Ed Shuttleworth, regional president, Met-Ed. While durable, these poles are in the elements 365 days a year and subject to damage from a variety of factors. Over time, some poles need to be replaced or repaired to help maintain our systems safety, reliability and resiliency. A standard 40-foot wooden distribution pole typically is

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Distribution Charge – Charges for the use of local wires, transformers, substations, and other equipment used to deliver electricity to end-use consumers …