New Scam & Fraud Information Site

FirstEnergy has launched a Scam and Fraud Information section on its website to help raise awareness of fraudulent activity and educate utility customers about these threats to their personal safety and security.  The new site, available at, describes known scams targeting utility customers, and provides tips and resources to help consumers identify fraudulent schemes.  

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CEO Chuck Jones Addresses Shareholders

Company announces preliminary results from 2015 annual meeting

FirstEnergy Corp President and Chief Executive Officer Charles E. Jones told shareholders on May 19 that the company is focused on meeting the energy needs of its customers.

"Our industry continues to change at a rapid pace," Jones said.  "But our mission remains the same – producing and delivering safe, reliable, clean and affordable electricity to the customers we are privileged to serve.  Those customers count on our bring greater comfort, convenience, safety and productivity to their everyday lives." 

Jones discussed the company's focus on regulated growth, including the efforts to ensure reliable service to distribution customers, and the company's Energizing the Future transmission investment program.

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Energizing the Future Transmission Program Designed to Enhance Service Reliability

Energizing the Future is FirstEnergy's long-term transmission initiative that involves upgrading and strengthening the grid to meet the future demands of customers and communities. 

The initiative includes projects to install advanced technologies to enhance system reliability, meeting projected load growth, and reinforcnig the system in light of power plant deactivations.


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FirstEnergy Ohio Utilities File Settlement Agreement in Electric Security Plan

Joint Stipulation Demonstrates Broad Support from Diverse Parties

FirstEnergy Corp.'s Ohio utilities filed a joint stipulation agreement on December 22, 2014, demonstrating broad support for Powering Ohio's Progress, their proposed Electric Security Plan (ESP) currently pending before the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio.

The proposed stipulation reflects the diverse interests and concerns of 15 signatories, including parties that represent residential, commercial, industrial and low-income customers, as well as organized labor and schools.  The agreement supports FirstEnergy's proposed ESP that outlines plans for its Ohio utilities – Ohio Edison, Cleveland Electric Illuminating and Toledo Edison – to provide electric service to customers for a three-year period from June 1, 2016 through May 31, 2019. 

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Last Modified: July 15, 2015