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  • Surge Suppression Plan
    Home Protect Your Home Protection and Repair Plans Disaster Protection Plan Surge Protection Surge Suppression Plan Surge Protection Plan PowerGuard Standby Power Interested Contractors Products Protect Your Home Surge Protection Surge Suppression Plan Surge Suppression Plan Plug into better protection The basic surge suppression plan is available only to Mon Power and Potomac Edison customers The meter socket surge arrester MSA program is designed to protect large appliances within the home such as your refrigerator oven washer and dryer central heating and air conditioning equipment and sump pump See Basic Surge Protection Plan Terms and Conditions for a list of all eligible appliances The MSA device is leased for a monthly fee and is installed behind the electric meter to provide the first line of defense against electrical surges entering through the service entrance A brief 15 20 minute interruption of your electric service will be necessary when the device is installed The Basic Surge Protection Plan contract is for one year and will automatically renew each year unless the customer provides a written notice requesting cancellation to the utility at least seven days prior to the end of the annual term Terms and Conditions The program s limitations and exclusions are set forth in the program Terms and Conditions below Select your operating company to review the Terms and Conditions Mon Power Potomac Edison WV Potomac Edison MD More detailed information regarding the Surge Suppression Plan is available in each operating company s tariffs Click here for more information For more information or to enroll call us at 1 800 505 SAVE 1 800 505 7283 or email us your questions For Ohio and Pennsylvania customers Whole House panel based Surge Protection installation is available through our Electrical Services Program Last Modified June 1 2015 Email us to schedule

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  • PowerGuard
    Safety Saving Energy Useful Brochures Forms Communication Tools Products Save Time Save Money Improve Your Home Protect Your Home Protection and Repair Plans Disaster Protection Plan Surge Protection Surge Suppression Plan Surge Protection Plan PowerGuard Standby Power Interested Contractors Products Protect Your Home Surge Protection PowerGuard PowerGuard Plug into better protection The PowerGuard protection system is only available to current participating customers in New Jersey Not accepting additional enrollments For New Jersey customers who have a PowerGuard surge protection system that includes an external meter socket adapter MSA we ll repair or replace any properly installed standard electrical appliances or electronics hooked up directly to our plug in surge protectors if they are damaged because of a power surge Plus if our plug in protectors wear out we ll replace them FREE for as long as you subscribe to our plan Any questions call us at 1 800 882 9990 or send us an email For Ohio Pennsylvania and West Virginia customers Whole House panel based Surge Protection installation is available through our Electrical Services Program Last Modified June 1 2015 Email us to schedule an appointment for a free estimate Electrical Services Professional Tree Services Outdoor Lighting Visit the

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  • Forgot Username
    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 Forgot Username To retrieve your username enter the email address associated with your online profile required field Enter your email

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  • Beaver Valley
    Student Opportunities Military Hiring Process Search Jobs About Us Generation System Our Nuclear Plants Beaver Valley Davis Besse Perry FENOC in the News About Nuclear Energy Generation Plants Map Transmission Projects Company History Board of Directors Leadership Team FirstEnergy Solutions Corp Standards of Conduct and Affiliate Restrictions Speakers Bureau About Us Generation System Our Nuclear Plants Beaver Valley Beaver Valley Continuing a Legacy of Nuclear Power The Beaver Valley Nuclear Power Station is located in Shippingport Pennsylvania the birthplace of commercial nuclear power The Shippingport Atomic Power Station began generating electricity there in 1957 After more than 25 years of safe operation it became the first nuclear power plant to be decommissioned Today electricity is still produced at the site by its successor Beaver Valley The two unit Beaver Valley station located 34 miles from Pittsburgh generates enough electricity to power more than 1 million homes daily Beaver Valley is one of the largest employers in Beaver County providing 1 000 high quality jobs Beaver Valley contributes more than 4 million annually in property payroll and utility taxes to support local schools and public services Originally licensed to operate for 40 years each FirstEnergy received license renewal from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission for its Beaver Valley units in 2009 extending the lives of the units until 2036 and 2047 respectively Last Modified May 29 2015 BVPowerStation Fast Facts Beaver Valley Nuclear Power Station Shippingport Pennsylvania Beaver Valley Fact Sheet Two pressurized water reactor units on a 453 acre site 1 800 megawatts net generating capacity Unit 1 license expires 2036 began operations in 1976 Unit 2 license expires 2047 began operations in 1987 Reactor vessels are 40 feet tall 14 feet in diameter 1 000 employees 4 million paid annually in local and state taxes FirstEnergy Home About FirstEnergy Newsroom

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  • Davis-Besse
    Generation System Our Nuclear Plants Beaver Valley Davis Besse Perry FENOC in the News About Nuclear Energy Generation Plants Map Transmission Projects Company History Board of Directors Leadership Team FirstEnergy Solutions Corp Standards of Conduct and Affiliate Restrictions Speakers Bureau About Us Generation System Our Nuclear Plants Davis Besse Davis Besse Ohio s First Nuclear Power Station Davis Besse Nuclear Power Station Ohio s first nuclear power plant is located 35 miles east of Toledo The single reactor plant produced its first electricity in 1977 Today the plant produces 40 percent of the electricity used by residences businesses and industries in northwestern Ohio Davis Besse is among Ottawa County s largest employers with more than 700 full time employees The Davis Besse plant contributes more than 6 million annually in local and state taxes In December 2015 the Nuclear Regulatory Commission approved a 20 year license extension for Davis Besse and the plant is licensed to operate through 2037 More than 733 of the 954 acres that comprise the Davis Besse site have been designated as protected wetlands called the Navarre Marsh This marsh is part of a major migratory pathway for birds and is home to several American Bald Eagle nesting sites North American Young Generation in Nuclear The Davis Besse chapter of North American Young Generation in Nuclear NAYGN is dedicated to developing the next generation of nuclear professionals Learn more about this unique organization and upcoming events sponsored by Davis Besse NAYGN Last Modified December 15 2015 DavisBesse Fast Facts Davis Besse Nuclear Power Station Oak Harbor Ohio Davis Besse Fact Sheet Pressurized water reactor unit on 954 acre site 900 megawatts net generating capacity License expires 2017 began operations 1977 Reactor vessels are 36 feet tall 14 feet in diameter 700 employees 10 million paid annually

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  • Perry
    Solutions Corp Standards of Conduct and Affiliate Restrictions Speakers Bureau About Us Generation System Our Nuclear Plants Perry Perry The 100th U S Nuclear Plant When the Perry Nuclear Power Plant began operation in 1987 it marked a national milestone it became the country s hundredth nuclear power plant The Perry plant situated on the shore of Lake Erie 35 miles east of Cleveland is the largest single unit in the FirstEnergy generating fleet and one of the largest plants of its type in the United States The Perry plant produces enough electricity to power more than 1 million homes daily Perry is one of the largest employers in Lake County providing about 720 high quality jobs Perry is also one of the largest taxpayers in Lake County paying more than 14 million annually to support local schools and vital services Employees at Perry contribute their time to the community though organizations such as the Perry Plant Community Action Group which raises thousands of dollars and devotes countless hours each year to charitable causes Last Modified May 29 2015 Perry Plant Fast Facts Perry Power Nuclear Plant Perry Ohio Perry Fact Sheet Boiling water reactor unit on 1 100 acre

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  • FENOC in the News
    Nuclear Operating Company Names Michael J Yeager Director Technical and Lab Services 05 29 2015 FirstEnergy Nuclear Operating Company Names Douglas C Saltz Director of Site Operations at Davis Besse Nuclear Power Station 05 26 2015 Beaver Valley Power Station Unit 1 Returns to Service Following Refueling and Maintenance Outage 04 27 2015 Beaver Valley Power Station Unit 1 Begins Refueling and Maintenance Outage 04 24 2015 Perry Nuclear Power Plant Returns to Service After Refueling and Maintenance Outage 04 08 2015 Davis Besse Nuclear Power Station Honored as Ottawa County Business of the Year 03 19 2015 FirstEnergy Nuclear Operating Company Employee Jim Amundsen Recognized with Electric Industry Award 03 09 2015 Perry Nuclear Power Plant Begins Refueling and Maintenance Outage 03 03 2015 Samuel L Belcher Elected President and Chief Nuclear Officer of FirstEnergy Nuclear Operating Company 01 29 2015 FirstEnergy Generation Fleet Achieves Reliable Operating Record and Improved Safety Performance in 2014 11 20 2014 FirstEnergy s Power Plants Prepared to Operate Reliably through Winter Weather 5 23 2014 Beaver Valley Unit 2 Returns to Service Following Refueling Outage 4 21 2014 Beaver Valley Unit 2 Begins Refueling and Maintenance Outage 1 31 2014 Davis Besse Nuclear Power Station Begins Refueling and Maintenance Outage 1 27 2014 Davis Besse Steam Generator Replacement Outage to Bring 108 Million to Ottawa County Area Economy 11 5 2013 Beaver Valley Power Station Unit 1 Terminates Unusual Event 11 05 2013 Beaver Valley Power Station Unit 1 Returns to Service Following Refueling Outage 10 21 2013 New Steam Generators Delivered to Davis Besse 09 30 2013 Beaver Valley Power Station Unit 1 Begins Refueling and Maintenance Outage 09 20 2013 Davis Besse Nuclear Power Station Examines Shield Building 05 29 2013 FirstEnergy Nuclear Operating Company Employees Recognized with Top Industry Performance

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  • About Nuclear Energy
    Contacts Careers Why FirstEnergy Diversity Inclusion Career Paths Student Opportunities Military Hiring Process Search Jobs About Us Generation System Our Nuclear Plants Beaver Valley Davis Besse Perry FENOC in the News About Nuclear Energy Generation Plants Map Transmission Projects Company History Board of Directors Leadership Team FirstEnergy Solutions Corp Standards of Conduct and Affiliate Restrictions Speakers Bureau About Us Generation System Our Nuclear Plants About Nuclear Energy About Nuclear Energy Nuclear energy is a safe secure environmentally friendly affordable and efficient way to meet the demands for power worldwide Because nuclear power does not involve burning a fossil fuel there is no air pollution water pollution ash or other residue of combustion And perhaps more importantly there is no emission of gases that can add to global warming Worldwide more than 400 nuclear plants are generating electricity in 30 countries In the United States about 20 percent of our nation s electricity comes from more than 100 nuclear plants With strict oversight by the U S Nuclear Regulatory Commission American nuclear plants have been envied by other industries for their excellence performance and safety record Multiple layers of safety in their design construction and operation coupled with a highly skilled workforce and detailed procedures for all aspects of plant operations ensure nuclear facilities are able to withstand enormous impacts from storms earthquakes airplane crashes and other natural and manmade threats Last Modified September 30 2014 Fact Sheets Generating Electricity from Nuclear Energy Boiling Water Reactors Pressurized Water Reactors Environmental Benefits of FirstEnergy s Nuclear Plants Managing Nuclear Waste Internet Resources U S Nuclear Regulatory Commission nrc gov U S Department of Energy U S Nuclear Energy Institute nei org Other nuclearnow org howstuffworks com search nuclear power FirstEnergy Home About FirstEnergy Newsroom Investors Social Media FirstEnergy Solutions Environment Community Economic

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