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  • Why We Prune Trees
    Service Requests Outages Safety Saving Energy Useful Brochures Forms Communication Tools Help Managing My Account Billing Payments Making Service Requests Outages Safety Downed Power Lines Electrical Emergency Using Electricity Safely Scams and Fraud Maintaining Trees Digging Near Underground Lines Selecting the Right Tree for the Location Homeowner Rights Responsibilities Why We Prune Trees How Trees are Pruned Why Some Trees Are Removed Vegetation Management Contractors New Jersey Vegetation Management Temporary Disconnection for Tree Work Storm Damage Downed Lines Safety Requirements Standards Nationally Recognized Practices Maintaining Transmission Rights of Way Maintaining Habitats with Herbicides Wood Disposal Stump Removal Report Tree Problem Real Estate High Voltage Info Saving Energy Communication Tools Pennsylvania Smart Meters Contact Center Useful Brochures Forms Safety Maintaining Trees Near Lines Why We Prune Trees Why We Prune Trees To provide safe and reliable electric service for our customers trees must be properly maintained and kept clear of electric power lines Trees are a leading cause of electrical power outages In fact when trees and power lines touch it is a very dangerous situation and may even be deadly to anyone in close proximity To help maintain safe reliable electric service FirstEnergy s Vegetation Management Program controls trees shrubs and brush growing around our facilities and equipment including power lines Every four years or so trained qualified line clearance experts visit your neighborhood looking for trees that may come in contact with electrical conductors If a tree needs pruning the property owner is notified either in person or through a door card before work is started An approximate time frame for completion of the work is noted on the card Immature trees and other forms of brush that potentially might come in contact with electric lines are removed as well Vines growing on poles guy wires or other equipment

    Original URL path: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/help/safety/trees/why-we-prune-trees.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Why Some Trees Are Removed
    Emergency Using Electricity Safely Scams and Fraud Maintaining Trees Digging Near Underground Lines Selecting the Right Tree for the Location Homeowner Rights Responsibilities Why We Prune Trees How Trees are Pruned Why Some Trees Are Removed Vegetation Management Contractors New Jersey Vegetation Management Temporary Disconnection for Tree Work Storm Damage Downed Lines Safety Requirements Standards Nationally Recognized Practices Maintaining Transmission Rights of Way Maintaining Habitats with Herbicides Wood Disposal Stump Removal Report Tree Problem Real Estate High Voltage Info Saving Energy Communication Tools Pennsylvania Smart Meters Contact Center Useful Brochures Forms Safety Maintaining Trees Near Lines Why Some Trees Are Removed Why Some Trees Are Removed To provide adequate clearance around distribution power lines some trees require more pruning than others If a tree cannot be pruned effectively without significantly impacting its health or shape it should be removed More information about our vegetation management practices for distribution lines including tips for homeowners can be found in this brochure On transmission right of ways clearing rather than pruning established trees from the right of way reflects our continuing commitment to maintaining safe and reliable electric service to all of our customers So long as they do not obstruct safe access

    Original URL path: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/help/safety/trees/removing-trees.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Report Tree Problem
    report your outage by calling 1 888 LIGHTSS 1 888 544 4877 Please log in or use quick access to alert us of a tree that may be growing too close to one of our power lines A forester will examine the situation and if the problem needs attention prior to the next scheduled trimming we will schedule it for maintenance CAUTION For your safety please do not work on trees near power lines Log In Quick Access Log into your account to begin Not a registered user Click here to register now You can also report your tree problem by providing your account number and the ZIP Code associated with your account then clicking Next Username I forgot my username Password I forgot my password Account Number ZIP Code Why do we ask this Requiring account number and service address ZIP Code We use your account number and service address ZIP Code to help confirm your identity Your answers will help us verify who you are so we can complete the authentication process A safety hazard is any condition that poses an immediate risk to the public and can include Downed wires that may be sparking smoking or near water Downed poles Trees that have fallen on power lines FirstEnergy WILL Maintain wires on a scheduled basis only Review trees for selective pruning and removal Work is completed around wires only Clean up debris during normal maintenance Will chip all the branches and rake the work area but will leave wood over 4 inches in diameter for home owners use or disposal Treat trees and brush with herbicides to control unwanted vegetation Make every reasonable attempt to notify the property owner that the work will be completed Although we do not seek permission to do the trimming we do

    Original URL path: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/service_requests/report-tree-problem.fecorplogin.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Report Lighting Problem
    Help Manage My Account Billing Payments Making Service Requests Outages Safety Saving Energy Useful Brochures Forms Communication Tools Service Requests Start Service Move In Stop Service Move Out Report Tree Problem Report Lighting Problem Request Electrical Work Service Requests Report Lighting Problem Report Lighting Problem A safety hazard is any condition that poses an immediate risk to the public and can include Downed wires that may be sparking smoking or

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  • Report Lighting Problem
    wires are exposed the pole is damaged leaning or knocked down Yes No Type of lighting problem you are reporting Streetlight Multiple Streetlights Outdoor Area Light What does this mean Types of Lighting Streetlight An outdoor light usually supported by a lamppost or pole for illuminating a street road or public area Outdoor Area Light An outdoor light typically on private property that is maintained by the electric company and leased to the customer Which form to use Multiple Streetlights This is a form to report more than one streetlight issue for the same city township Streetlight This is a form to report a single streetlight issue Outdoor Area Light This is a form to report an issue with a light on a customer s property If you do not have power due to a downed power line or another hazardous situation do not complete this form Instead call 1 888 LIGHTSS 1 888 544 4877 immediately If it is not a hazardous situation please report your outage This is a hazardous situation Do not complete this form Instead call 1 888 LIGHTSS 1 888 544 4877 immediately Your safety is important to us Stay away from all power lines Assume they are live and dangerous If you are a customer of one of our electric companies please log in or use quick access to alert us of the lighting problem Please log in or use quick access to continue If you have more than one account with us use the account information associated with the area light that is experiencing problems Log In Quick Access Log in to your account to begin Not a registered user Click here to register now You can also report your lighting problem by providing your account number and the ZIP Code associated with

    Original URL path: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/service_requests/report-lighting-problem.reportlightingproblem.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Benefits of Customer Choice
    York Outages Report Power Outage View Current Outages Report Lighting Problem Safety Downed Power Lines Safety in the Home Beware of Scams Maintaining Trees High Voltage Info Using Backup Generators Save Energy Ohio Pennsylvania New Jersey West Virginia Maryland Products Save Time Save Money Improve Your Home Protect Your Home Help Manage My Account Billing Payments Making Service Requests Outages Safety Saving Energy Useful Brochures Forms Communication Tools Customer Choice Ohio Benefits of Customer Choice Shopping for Electricity Supplier List Staying with the Electric Distribution Utility Understanding Your Bill Ohio Tariffs Eligible Customer List Pennsylvania New Jersey West Virginia Maryland New York Customer Choice Ohio Benefits of Customer Choice Benefits of Customer Choice The most important benefit of customer choice is that it lets you shop for your electric generation supplier This gives you the opportunity to choose a supplier based on what is important to you For example you might simply want the lowest price so you would select the supplier with the lowest charge Or you might want to make a choice based on how the electric generation supply is produced Last Modified March 30 2012 FirstEnergy Home Our Electric Companies Privacy Legal Statement Web Terms of Use

    Original URL path: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/customer_choice/ohio_/benefits_of_customerchoice.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Shopping for Electricity
    Tools Customer Choice Ohio Benefits of Customer Choice Shopping for Electricity Supplier List Staying with the Electric Distribution Utility Understanding Your Bill Ohio Tariffs Eligible Customer List Pennsylvania New Jersey West Virginia Maryland New York Customer Choice Ohio Shopping for Electricity Shopping for Electricity Ohio s Electric Choice program lets you choose your supplier of electric generation Your electric distribution utility either The Illuminating Company Ohio Edison or Toledo Edison continues to deliver electricity to your home as reliably as always However you now have the option of either keeping your electric distribution utility as your electric generation supplier or choosing a different company To make it easier for you to weigh competing offers and determine your potential savings your electric bill includes a Price to Compare feature What is the Price to Compare The Price to Compare is calculated by taking the amount of your Bypassable Generation and Transmission Related Component and dividing it by the total number of kilowatt hours used for the month An alternative supplier s price for generation and transmission must be lower than your price to compare for you to save money with that supplier Where can I find my Price to Compare When

    Original URL path: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/customer_choice/ohio_/shopping_for_electricity.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Staying with the Electric Distribution Utility
    Customer Choice Ohio Pennsylvania New Jersey West Virginia Maryland New York Outages Report Power Outage View Current Outages Report Lighting Problem Safety Downed Power Lines Safety in the Home Beware of Scams Maintaining Trees High Voltage Info Using Backup Generators Save Energy Ohio Pennsylvania New Jersey West Virginia Maryland Products Save Time Save Money Improve Your Home Protect Your Home Help Manage My Account Billing Payments Making Service Requests Outages Safety Saving Energy Useful Brochures Forms Communication Tools Customer Choice Ohio Benefits of Customer Choice Shopping for Electricity Supplier List Staying with the Electric Distribution Utility Understanding Your Bill Ohio Tariffs Eligible Customer List Pennsylvania New Jersey West Virginia Maryland New York Customer Choice Ohio Staying with the Electric Staying with the Electric Distribution Utility If you do not choose a supplier your electric distribution utility either The Illuminating Company Ohio Edison or Toledo Edison will continue to supply and deliver your electricity You cannot be switched to a new supplier without your permission This is called slamming and it is illegal Last Modified March 30 2012 FirstEnergy Home Our Electric Companies Privacy Legal Statement Web Terms of Use My Account View My Bill Pay My Bill Manage My Account

    Original URL path: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/customer_choice/ohio_/staying_with_theelectricdistributionutility.html (2016-02-13)
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