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  • Web Links
    Shareholder Services Corporate Governance Investor Contacts Careers Why FirstEnergy Diversity Inclusion Career Paths Student Opportunities Military Hiring Process Search Jobs Community Home Corporate Programs FirstEnergy Foundation Employee Volunteerism Education Utility Careers STEM Classroom Grants Free Resources Web Links Education Experiment Teaching Modules Energy Education Electric Safety Environmental Education Math Science Technology Advisory Council Local Contacts Speakers Bureau Community Home Education Web Links Web Links We ve done the research so you don t have to Here are links and other resources to enhance your classroom curriculum including the departments of education in Maryland New Jersey Ohio Pennsylvania Virginia and West Virginia Also featured are sites that offer lesson plans and experiments educational and career opportunities and educational grants The links are routinely updated If you find one that is no longer in operation please contact us Education Experiment Teaching Modules Energy Education Electric Safety Environmental Education Math Science Technology By clicking these link you are leaving the FirstEnergy website and entering a website maintained by an outside party They are entirely responsible for the content of their websites Last Modified January 24 2013 FirstEnergy Home About FirstEnergy Newsroom Investors Social Media FirstEnergy Solutions Environment Community Economic Development Careers Privacy Legal

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  • Advisory Council
    Home Education Advisory Council Advisory Council FirstEnergy s Educational Advisory Council consists of a panel of educators and school administrators that meet each year to discuss FirstEnergy s educational goals The Council extensively reviews and evaluates a variety of resources and makes appropriate recommendations on grade and subject use The Council has worked to select only those materials that are accurate and unbiased have high potential for student interest and are suitable for the grade levels and subject areas listed As fellow educators our Council members encourage educators to make full use of the materials and programs provided Members of the FirstEnergy Educational Advisory Council Larry Johnson National Inventors Hall of Fame STEM High School Akron Ohio Jennifer Blankenship Roswell Kent Middle School Akron Ohio Casey Smith Hilton Elementary School Brecksville Ohio Danny Savage Coventry High School Coventry Ohio Sarah Eppler Giles Sweet Elementary School Fairview Park Ohio Abbey Bolton Davey Elementary School Kent Ohio Joan Stoner C E Budd Elementary School Loudonville Ohio Raymond Douglas Jones Louisville Elementary School Louisville Ohio Lora Finn Amherst Elementary School Massillon Ohio Jeannette Dumot Parma City Schools Parma Ohio Cherie Conrad Western Beaver High School Industry Pa Dale Hluch Bio Med Science Academy

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  • Order Form
    Speakers Bureau Community Home Education Free Resources Order Form Order Form Requester Information Name Email Home Phone School Information School Name School Address City State Select one Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Washington DC Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Zip School Phone Grade s K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Other Subject s Taught Louie s Electric Universe Read about Louie s Electric Safety Universe products We re Talking Electricity Date Needed Number Of Copies Louie s Electric Stickers Date Needed Number Of Copies Louie s Electricks Date Needed Number Of Copies Louie s Growth Chart Date Needed Number Of Copies Electric Safety Board Game Read about Electric Safety Board Game Electric Safety Board Game Date Needed Literature Experiments to Explore Electricity Understanding Electricity and Electrical Safety Date Needed Number Of Copies Bright Ideas for Educators Date Needed Number Of Copies Don t Get Zapped Date Needed Number Of Copies The ABC s of Electricity Power for America Date Needed Number Of Copies Where the Little Lightbulb Gets Its Juice Date Needed Number Of Copies What Everyone Should Know About Electrical Safety Date Needed Number Of Copies Meet Tom Edison Date Needed Number Of Copies How Nuclear Energy Plants Work Date Needed Number Of Copies Careers in the Electric Industry Date Needed Number Of Copies Radiation We know you have questions Here are some answers Date Needed Number Of Copies Energy Efficiency Date Needed Number Of Copies How to Save Energy Date Needed

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  • Retail Interconnection
    www PUCO ohio gov For more information view the list of FAQS Application Process 1 Customer submits application and supporting documents A Completed application agreement as appropriate Level 1 1 1 1 2 FirstEnergy Short Form Application doc 10kW Inverter based certified OR Level 2 Standard Application Form doc 2000kW Inverter based certified OR Level 3 Standard Application Form doc 20 000kW B Site plan Site Plan Example C One line diagram PV Example Turbine Example D Application fee Level 1 1 1 1 2 Actual Costs which shall be calculated to the nearest 1 10 of an hour as approved by the State Commission Level 2 50 plus 1 kW of the system s nameplate capacity Level 3 100 plus 2 kW of the system s nameplate capacity If you are interested in applying for service under the Company s Net Energy Metering Rider you must complete and submit the Net Energy Metering Rider Application doc See Net Metering Chapter 4901 1 10 28 et seq of the Ohio Administrative Code at http codes ohio gov oac 4901 3A1 10 28 This link is also available through the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio s Web site at www PUCO ohio gov A copy of the Net Energy Metering Rider rate schedule is available on the Company s Ohio tariffs page F Submit completed documents to Ohio Edison Attn OE Interconnection Building 1 1910 W Market Street Akron OH 44313 E mail OE interconnection firstenergycorp com Fax 330 245 5419 Please use highest resolution setting on fax machine Contact Brian Donahue 330 436 4178 2 Company review After review by the Company you will be notified if the application is approved or if there is any incorrect or missing information in the application You must correct or provide the missing

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  • Wholesale Interconnection
    Opportunities Military Hiring Process Search Jobs Generator Interconnection Ohio Edison Retail Interconnection Wholesale Interconnection The Illuminating Company Toledo Edison Met Ed Penelec Penn Power West Penn Power Jersey Central Power Light Mon Power Potomac Edison Generator Interconnection Ohio Edison Wholesale Interconnection Wholesale Interconnection Wholesale Generator A wholesale generator customer is a customer that owns an electric generator facility and sells or will sell electricity through the wholesale PJM market If you are a wholesale generator customer looking to interconnect with FirstEnergy Complete the wholesale load service application on the PJM Interconnection website Wholesale Load A wholesale load customer is a customer who receives electricity through the FirstEnergy system and then distributes and resells that electricity to other end users If you are a wholesale load customer looking to interconnect with FirstEnergy Print the wholesale load service application and e mail the application Interconnection Requirements Transmission connection requirements Distribution connection requirements Transmission planning criteria Wholesale Generation Interconnection WGI Manual Wholesale Interconnection Contact If you are still uncertain as to what type of customer you are or have additional questions please contact Manager FERC Wholesale Connection Support Attn Mike Thorn Email 330 384 3889 Last Modified March 18 2015 FirstEnergy Home About

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  • Retail Interconnection
    Utilities Commission of Ohio s Web site at www PUCO ohio gov For more information view the list of FAQS Application Process 1 Customer submits application and supporting documents A Completed application agreement as appropriate Level 1 1 1 1 2 FirstEnergy Short Form Application doc 10kW Inverter based certified OR Level 2 Standard Application Form doc 2000kW Inverter based certified OR Level 3 Standard Application Form doc 20 000kW B Site plan Site Plan Example C One line diagram PV Example Turbine Example D Application fee Level 1 1 1 1 2 Actual Costs which shall be calculated to the nearest 1 10 of an hour as approved by the State Commission Level 2 50 plus 1 kW of the system s nameplate capacity Level 3 100 plus 2 kW of the system s nameplate capacity If you are interested in applying for service under the Company s Net Energy Metering Rider you must complete and submit the Net Energy Metering Rider Application doc See Net Metering Chapter 4901 1 10 28 et seq of the Ohio Administrative Code at http codes ohio gov oac 4901 3A1 10 28 This link is also available through the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio s Web site at www PUCO ohio gov A copy of the Net Energy Metering Rider rate schedule is available on the Company s Ohio tariffs page F Submit completed documents to Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company Attn CEI Interconnection 6896 Miller Road Brecksville OH 44141 Email CEI interconnection firstenergycorp com Fax 234 678 2178 Please use highest resolution setting on fax machine 2 Company review After review by the Company you will be notified if the application is approved or if there is any incorrect or missing information in the application You must correct or provide the missing

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  • Wholesale Interconnection
    Military Hiring Process Search Jobs Generator Interconnection Ohio Edison The Illuminating Company Retail Interconnection Wholesale Interconnection Toledo Edison Met Ed Penelec Penn Power West Penn Power Jersey Central Power Light Mon Power Potomac Edison Generator Interconnection The Illuminating Company Wholesale Interconnection Wholesale Interconnection Wholesale Generator A wholesale generator customer is a customer that owns an electric generator facility and sells or will sell electricity through the wholesale PJM market If you are a wholesale generator customer looking to interconnect with FirstEnergy Complete the wholesale load service application on the PJM Interconnection website Wholesale Load A wholesale load customer is a customer who receives electricity through the FirstEnergy system and then distributes and resells that electricity to other end users If you are a wholesale load customer looking to interconnect with FirstEnergy Print the wholesale load service application and e mail the application Interconnection Requirements Transmission connection requirements Distribution connection requirements Transmission planning criteria Wholesale Generation Interconnection WGI Manual Wholesale Interconnection Contact If you are still uncertain as to what type of customer you are or have additional questions please contact Manager FERC Wholesale Connection Support Attn Mike Thorn Email 330 384 3889 Last Modified October 4 2011 FirstEnergy Home About

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  • WARM Information
    educator to create an energy savings plan Have the opportunity to receive energy saving home improvements installed in the home see below for details Return To Top What are the energy saving home improvements Depending on how much electricity you use each month the WARM Program could provide you with energy saving home improvements such as Attic and or wall insulation Caulking and weather stripping Refrigerator freezer testing and possible replacement Electric water heater inspection Energy saving light bulbs Replacement of inefficient window wall air conditioners The specific improvements that you are eligible to receive will be determined during your home energy evaluation No payment is required for these installations services Return To Top How do I know if I qualify for WARM To be eligible for this program you must have Average electric usage of at least 541 kWh per month A gross before tax household income at or below 200 of 2016 Federal Poverty 2016 Guidelines see table below for details Household Size Maximum Yearly Household Income Before Taxes 1 23 760 2 32 040 3 40 320 4 48 600 5 56 880 6 65 160 7 73 460 8 81 780 For each additional person add 8 320 Return To Top How do I apply for WARM You can apply for WARM by Contacting one of the social service agencies in the county where you reside or Completing the online form or paper applications If you rent your home you will need to print complete and submit the landlord agreement form Further instructions are contained on both the online form and paper applications Return To Top What proof of income is required The agency representative will ask you to provide proof of your household income You will be required to provide copies of the following Your

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