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  • Conservation Voltage Reduction Program
    Manage My Account Billing Payments Making Service Requests Outages Safety Saving Energy Useful Brochures Forms Communication Tools Pennsylvania Met Ed Penelec Penn Power West Penn Power For Your Home For Your Business Save Energy Pennsylvania West Penn Power For Your Home Conservation Voltage Redu Conservation Voltage Reduction Program As part of its compliance with Act 129 requirements West Penn Power has implemented a Conservation Voltage Reduction program Under this program

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  • Retail Interconnection
    total of the nameplate rating s of the inverter s or other generation Level 1 NJ Level 1 Interconnection Application Agreement doc 10kW Inverter based UL Standard 1741 certified OR Level 2 JCPL Level 2 and 3 Interconnection Agreement doc 2 000kW Inverter based UL Standard 1741 certified OR Level 3 JCPL Level 2 and 3 Interconnection Agreement doc Facilities which do not qualify for either the Level 1 or Level 2 Note Name on application must match JCP L account holder B Submit One Line Diagram PV Example Turbine Example The one line diagram must include Energy source PV array wind turbine etc Please indicate DC or AC rating Inverter if applicable Please indicate AC rating Utility accessible visible break disconnect where required Note Molded case circuit breakers do not meet this requirement Connection to Customer s electrical system Connection to utility meter General location of generation and associated electrical equipment C Submit Site Plan Site Plan Example Please do not send overhead internet photos The site plan must include Overall property layout and street access including cardinal orientation and nearest cross street Indicate direction of nearest cross street if impractical to show on drawing Ground mounted installations must show clearances and details of surrounding structures especially how they cross JCP L facilities The existing utility meter location Note Any proposed changes to the meter location or service must be identified and have prior approval by the Company s Metering Line Departments Utility accessible visible break disconnect where required next to utility meter preferred Notes 1 In the event the disconnect cannot be reasonably located next to the meter the location of National Electrical Code required signage including adequate description of location and access 2 Molded case circuit breakers do not meet this requirement General location of generation and associated electrical equipment Service transformer if known D Application Fee Level 1 No Fee Level 2 50 plus 1 kW of the system s nameplate capacity Level 3 100 plus 2 kW of the system s nameplate capacity Submit completed documents Listed in order of preferred method Email JC Interconnection firstenergycorp com Fax 330 315 8651 Please use highest resolution setting on fax machine Applications with large attachments that cannot be emailed and any required application fees should be sent to Jersey Central Power Light 300 Madison Ave PO Box 1911 Morristown NJ 07962 1911 Attn Interconnection Coordinator Engineering Department Interconnection voice mailbox 973 401 8830 2 Company Review After review by the Company Customers will be notified if the Application is approved or if there are any deficiencies in the Application Customers must correct any deficiencies before the Company will approve the facility for installation 3 Following approval of the Application the customer installs the generation equipment in accordance with the approved Application 4 Following facility installation the customer submits final documents Submit completed Part 2 documents Level 1 NJ Level 1 Interconnection Application Agreement doc including Certificate of Completion 10kW Inverter based UL Standard 1741 certified OR Level

    Original URL path: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/feconnect/jcpl/retail.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Wholesale Interconnection
    Military Hiring Process Search Jobs Generator Interconnection Ohio Edison The Illuminating Company Toledo Edison Met Ed Penelec Penn Power West Penn Power Jersey Central Power Light Retail Interconnection Wholesale Interconnection Mon Power Potomac Edison Generator Interconnection Jersey Central Power Light 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

    Original URL path: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/feconnect/jcpl/wholesale.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Low Income Home Check-Up Program
    next What is the Low Income Home Check Up Program The Low Income Home Check Up Program can help you lower your electric bill year round Customers participating in the Low Income Home Check Up Program Receive an in home energy usage evaluation Work with a trained energy 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 The Low Income Home Check Up Program could provide you with energy saving home improvements such as Compact Fluorescent Light bulbs CFLs Refrigerator testing and possible replacement Energy saving showerhead Faucet aerators LED night lights Power strips Furnace whistle Electric water heater pipe wrap Electric water heater tank temperature setback Energy education materials 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 Residents of rental properties will require their landlord s permission to participate Return To Top How do I know if I qualify for the Low Income Home Check up Program To be eligible for this program you must have a gross before tax household income at or below 200 of Federal Poverty Guidelines see table below for details Income at or below 200 of 2016 Federal Poverty Guidelines Size of Household Total Household Income for 12 Months 1 23 760 2 32 040 3 40 320 4 48 600 5 56 880 6 65 160 7 73 460 8 81 780 Add 8 320 a month for each additional household member Return To Top How do I apply for the Low Income Home Check up Program To apply for the Low Income Home Check up Program Call 1 888 406

    Original URL path: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/save_energy/save_energy_west_virginia/potomac_edison/for_your_home/low_income_home_check-upprogram.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Potomac Edison (WV) Retail Interconnection
    supporting documents A Submit one of the following completed applications based on the total of the nameplate rating s of the inverter s or other generation If less than or equal to 25 kW Inverter based WV Interconnection Form Appendix A Level 1 OR If the generation size is greater than 25KW WV Interconnection Form Appendix B Level 2 B One line diagram PV Example Turbine Example The one line diagram must include Energy source PV array wind turbine etc Please indicate DC or AC rating Inverter if applicable Please indicate AC rating Utility accessible visible break disconnect Note Molded case circuit breakers do not meet this requirement Connection to Customer s electrical system Connection to utility meter General location of generation and associated electrical equipment C Site plan Site Plan Example Please do not send overhead internet photos The site plan must include Overall property layout and street access including cardinal orientation and nearest cross street Indicate direction of nearest cross street if impractical to show on drawing The existing utility meter location Note Any proposed changes to the meter location or service must be identified and have prior approval by the Company s Metering Line Departments Utility accessible visible break disconnect next to utility meter preferred Note 1 In the event the disconnect cannot be reasonably located next to the meter the location of National Electrical Code required signage including adequate description of location and access 2 Molded case circuit breakers do not meet this requirement General location of generation and associated electrical equipment Service transformer if known D Application Fee To be submitted with application and supporting documents Level 1 25 kW or less 30 00 Level 2 Greater than 25 kW 50 00 1 00 per kW Submit completed documents to US Mail Potomac Edison Company Regional Engineering 10802 Bower Avenue Williamsport MD 21795 3016 Attn PE WV Interconnection Coordinator Email PE WV Interconnection firstenergycorp com Fax 234 678 2504 Please use highest resolution setting on fax machine 2 Company review After review by the Company the customer will be notified if the application is approved or if there are any deficiencies additional information required or financial requirements to be met The customer must correct any deficiencies before the Company will approve the application and the facility for installation Design Request Assignment to Distribution Specialist If upgrades are required to the Company s distribution system in order to approve the application a Design Request Number will be assigned to the project The Design Request is then assigned to a Distribution Specialist at a local Potomac Edison Company location The Distribution Specialist will contact the customer to plan the generation interconnection and develop the estimated costs for the system upgrades 3 Installation Following approval of the application the customer installs the facility in accordance with the Application PSC rules and the Small Generation Interconnection Guidelines 4 Following installation the Customer submits final completed documents via the same method as Step 1 above The customer must complete and

    Original URL path: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/feconnect/potomacedison/retail-wv.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Potomac Edison (MD) Retail Interconnection
    based MD Level 1 Interconnection Application Form and Conditional Agreement OR If the generation size is greater than 10 KW MD Level 2 to 4 Interconnection Application and MD Level 2 to 4 Interconnection Agreement B One line diagram PV Example Turbine Example The one line diagram must include Energy source PV array wind turbine etc Please indicate DC or AC rating Inverter if applicable Please indicate AC rating Utility accessible visible break disconnect Note Molded case circuit breakers do not meet this requirement Connection to Customer s electrical system Connection to utility meter General location of generation and associated electrical equipment C Site plan Site Plan Example Please do not send overhead internet photos The site plan must include Overall property layout and street access including cardinal orientation and nearest cross street Indicate direction of nearest cross street if impractical to show on drawing The existing utility meter location Note Any proposed changes to the meter location or service must be identified and have prior approval by the Company s Metering Line Departments Utility accessible visible break disconnect next to utility meter preferred Note 1 In the event the disconnect cannot be reasonably located next to the meter the location of National Electrical Code required signage including adequate description of location and access 2 Molded case circuit breakers do not meet this requirement General location of generation and associated electrical equipment Service transformer if known D Application Fee To be submitted with application and supporting documents Level 1 10 kW or less inverter based only No Charge Level 2 inverter based between 10KW 2MW 50 00 1 00 per kW Level 3 Less than 50KW inverter based connected to the load side of Local Area Network or connected to distribution circuit less than 10MW both no export permitted 100 2 00 per KW Level 4 doesn t meet Level 1 2 or 3 100 2 00 per KW Submit completed documents to US Mail Potomac Edison Company Regional Engineering 10802 Bower Avenue Williamsport MD 21795 3016 Attn PE MD Interconnection Coordinator Email PE MD Interconnection firstenergycorp com Fax 234 678 2505 Please use highest resolution setting on fax machine 2 Company review After review by the Company the customer will be notified if the application is approved or if there are any deficiencies additional information required or financial requirements to be met The customer must correct any deficiencies before the Company will approve the application and the facility for installation Design Request Assignment to Distribution Specialist If upgrades are required to the Company s distribution system in order to approve the application a Design Request Number will be assigned to the project The Design Request is then assigned to a Distribution Specialist at a local Potomac Edison Company location The Distribution Specialist will contact the customer to plan the generation interconnection and develop the estimated costs for the system upgrades 3 Installation Following approval of the application the customer installs the facility in accordance with the Application PSC rules

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  • Wholesale Interconnection
    Process Search Jobs Generator Interconnection Ohio Edison The Illuminating Company Toledo Edison Met Ed Penelec Penn Power West Penn Power Jersey Central Power Light Mon Power Potomac Edison Retail Interconnection West Virginia Retail Interconnection Maryland Wholesale Interconnection Generator Interconnection Potomac 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 October 4 2011 FirstEnergy

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  • Useful Links
    Initiatives Commitment to Better Energy FAQs Resources Useful Links Environmental Glossary Contact Us Speakers Bureau Environmental Resources Useful Links Useful Links Whether you re working on a school project or just want to learn more about the environment these websites might be helpful Environmental sites Great Lakes Information Network Heartland Environmental Corner The Nature Conservancy Resources for the Future Energy utility sites Edison Electric Institute EPRI Nuclear Energy Institute Government and EPA sites Delaware River Basin Commission DRBC Maryland Department of the Environment New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Ohio Department of Natural Resources Ohio Environmental Protection Agency Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission ORSANCO Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection Susquehanna River Basin Commission SRBC US Army Corps of Engineers U S Environmental Protection Agency USEPA Region II USEPA Region III USEPA Region V US Fish Wildlife Service US Government Printing Office West Virginia DEP Other useful links Cleveland Metro Parks Electric and Magnetic Fields and Your Health FirstEnergy Coal Combustion Residual CCR Compliance Data and Information National Cancer Institute NIEHS 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

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