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2014-06-13 16:21:06

FAIRMONT, W.Va., June 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- FirstEnergy Corp. (NYSE: FE) subsidiaries Mon Power and Potomac Edison have amended their rate case currently pending before the Public Service Commission (PSC) of West Virginia to include the $7.5 million in costs associated with reading customer meters every month to comply with a recent PSC order. As a result of the amended filing, the requested rate increase is about $103 million. Mon Power and Potomac Edison will begin reading...

2014-04-30 16:24:24

FAIRMONT, W.Va., April 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- FirstEnergy Corp. (NYSE: FE) subsidiaries Mon Power and Potomac Edison today jointly submitted a request to the Public Service Commission (PSC) of West Virginia for a rate increase of $96 million. The request was filed to move the costs currently being collected for the Harrison generation transaction to Mon Power's and Potomac Edison's permanent rates. Submitting this filing was part of the PSC's order approving the Harrison...

2014-03-05 23:28:47

Solar integrators, solar mounting manufacturers and clean energy advocates oppose legislating rate increase on net-metering solar customers; preferring Public Service Commission research and analysis to legislation. American Fork, UT (PRWEB) March 05, 2014 As Utah's 2014 Legislative session begins, Rocky Mountain Power residential customers with solar panels participating in their net-metering system could face unexpected increases in their electricity bill and those considering...

2010-03-04 08:23:00

WATERLOO, N.Y, March 4 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The Seneca County Industrial Development Agency (IDA) has recently learned that New York State Electric & Gas Corp., a subsidiary of Bilbao, Spain-based Iberdrola S.A., is cutting plans for electrical upgrades to the former Seneca Army Depot, turning its back on more than a decade's worth of work, risking the loss of $2.25 million in grant funding, and jeopardizing future economic growth for Seneca County and the surrounding region....

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