Commercial & Industrial Demand Response Program
Commercial, industrial, governmental and institutional customers of Met-Ed, Penn Power and West Penn Power can reduce their demand for energy in the summer months during peak load days and get great benefits:
- Financial incentives for participating
- Peak load day energy and demand savings
- Improved energy reliability
Load reduction techniques include temporarily reducing or shutting down an industrial process, turning off lights in groups or sequences, reducing the use of HVAC systems, shutting down large motors and compressors, or starting back-up generation, to name a few. You can also use these programs to offset the cost of running stand-by generation.
The program is administered by approved DR Program Service Providers selected by FirstEnergy’s Pennsylvania utilities. If you’re interested in participating in this program, please contact one of the DR Program Service Providers below:
DR Program Service Providers:
- Frequently Asked Questions
- News Releases
- PaPUC Orders*
- EDC Interval/ Pulse Data
- PJM 7-day forecast*
- Historical 7-day forecasts*
- PJM Annual Forecast*
- Contact Us
*This is a link to a third-party site. The site is maintained by the third-party vendors administering these programs on behalf of Met-Ed, Penn Power, and West Penn Power (FirstEnergy’s Pennsylvania utilities).
The costs of energy efficiency programs are recovered through customer rates in accordance with PA Act 129 of 2008. For a complete list of commercial, industrial, residential, and low-income energy efficiency programs, please visit energysavePA.com. FirstEnergy’s Pennsylvania utilities, their parents, subsidiaries, employees, affiliates and agents assume no responsibility for the performance of the equipment or equipment warranty, the quality of the work, labor and/or materials supplied, and/or the acts or omissions of any contractor.