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  • Educational Materials
    Account Billing Payments Making Service Requests Outages Safety Saving Energy Useful Brochures Forms Communication Tools Customer Choice Ohio Pennsylvania New Jersey West Virginia Maryland New York Educational Materials Enrollment Information for Small Business Shopping Price To Compare Supplier List Electric Choice Links New York Tariffs Customer Choice New York Educational Materials Educational Materials To help consumers understand the changes that are happening in their electric service in New York a

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  • Enrollment
    Energy Useful Brochures Forms Communication Tools Customer Choice Ohio Pennsylvania New Jersey West Virginia Maryland New York Educational Materials Enrollment Information for Small Business Shopping Price To Compare Supplier List Electric Choice Links New York Tariffs Customer Choice New York Enrollment Enrollment Penelec customers in the Waverly NY area now can choose the company that generates their electricity You can shop for a supplier just as you shop for other products and services This power to shop for electricity lets you decide what s important to you Saving money may be your highest priority You can shop for the lowest price Or maybe you re interested in new services You can shop based on those needs You may be interested in environmental issues You can shop with your environmental concerns in mind With choice you make the decisions based on your needs You can get additional information from the New York Public Service Commission s NYPSC website at http www dps ny gov Another resource is FirstEnergy s Retail Choice Center which has specially trained representatives to help you with your questions about electric choice The toll free number for the Retail Choice Center is 1 888 478 2300 The

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  • Information for Small Business
    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 Pennsylvania New Jersey West Virginia Maryland New York Educational Materials Enrollment Information for Small Business Shopping Price To Compare Supplier List Electric Choice Links New York Tariffs Customer Choice New York Information for Small Business Information for Small Business Small businesses will have their own special needs as changes unfold in the electric industry FirstEnergy has developed fact sheets that deal with their concerns Small Business Demand Charges Small Business Time Of Use Pricing Options For additional information about electric competition call FirstEnergy s Retail Choice Center toll free at 1 888 478 2300 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

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  • Price To Compare
    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 Pennsylvania New Jersey West Virginia Maryland New York Educational Materials Enrollment Information for Small Business Shopping Price To Compare Supplier List Electric Choice Links New York Tariffs Customer Choice New York Price To Compare Price To Compare The following link has Pennsylvania Electric Company s Penelec Prices to Compare for our New York customers Use your figure to compare the prices offered by different electric generation suppliers You will save money if you buy electricity from an electric generation supplier for less than your Price to Compare If you are not sure of your rate class you can find it on the first page of your electric bill just above your account summary NY Price To Compare Last Modified September 19 2013 FirstEnergy Home Our Electric Companies Privacy Legal Statement Web Terms

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  • Electric Choice Links
    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 Pennsylvania New Jersey West Virginia Maryland New York Educational Materials Enrollment Information for Small Business Shopping Price To Compare Supplier List Electric Choice Links New York Tariffs Customer Choice

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  • How Trees are Pruned
    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 How Trees are Pruned How Trees are Pruned Tree care professionals under contract to FirstEnergy use directional pruning techniques These techniques were developed by the National Arborist Association and are published by the American National Standards Institute ANSI Directional pruning is the accepted industry standard endorsed and promoted by the National Arbor Day Foundation and the International Society of Arboriculture Directional pruning removes entire branches and limbs back to the main trunk of the tree where trees normally shed them In this way future tree growth is directed away from power lines and weakly attached re growth is minimized Directional pruning takes advantage of strong points in the tree s structure Branches growing away from electric lines or facilities are usually left undisturbed Directional pruning does not harm the tree s natural defense systems and other natural processes that protect the tree from decay and aggressive re sprouting Before branches growing near electric lines are removed pruning crews evaluate a tree s structure and growth patterns Crews also consider the tree species growth rates common to our service area proximity to electric lines and the height and voltage of the lines Benefits of directionally pruned trees Directionally pruned trees may

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  • Vegetation Management Contractors
    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 Vegetation Management Con Vegetation Management Contractors We carry out the Vegetation Management Program with the assistance and expertise of contracted tree care professionals All of our contractors are required to follow overhead line clearance guidelines and specifications developed by our Forestry Staff to ensure proper professional service Vegetation management contractors include ABC Professional Tree Services Aerial Solutions Aspen Tree Expert Company Asplundh Tree Expert Company Asplundh Brush Control Chandler Tree Service Davey Tree Expert Company Edwards Tree Service Haverfield Hazlett Tree Service K W Reese Lewis Tree Service

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  • New Jersey Vegetation Management
    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 New Jersey Vegetation Man New Jersey Vegetation Management The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities has established vegetation management requirements to be carried out by the utilities it regulates The New Jersey Administrative Code 14 5 9 requires that New Jersey utilities shall not allow woody plants that naturally mature above three feet tall to grow in the wire zone the area of the transmission right of way floor directly under the transmission conductors and extending to about 10 on each side The wire zone is managed to sustain a community of low growing forbs grasses herbs and shrubs The N J A C 14 5 9 also requires that New Jersey utilities shall not allow any vegetation that grows taller than 15 feet at maturity to grow anywhere within the transmission line right of way View brochure on Tree Trimming Around Power Lines View 2015 transmission vegetation management schedules Central New Jersey Northern New Jersey Vegetation Manager Contact Information Bob Lee Manager Distribution Vegetation Management for NJ 300 Madison Ave Morristown NJ 07962 1911 1 800 662 3115 Shawn Standish Manager Transmission Vegetation Management for NJ 501 Parkway Blvd York PA 17405 1 800 662 3115 Current Transmission Easement Language Said right and easement shall include the right of the Grantee its successors and assigns at all times to enter upon the right of way occupied by said transmission lines for the purpose of constructing inspecting protecting repairing or removing said towers wires fixtures and appliances together with full authority at Grantee s sole discretion to trim remove or clear by any means including the use of herbicides any or all

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