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  • Maryland
    Opportunities Military Hiring Process Search Jobs About Us Generation System Transmission Projects Ohio Pennsylvania New Jersey West Virginia Maryland Virginia Company History Board of Directors Leadership Team FirstEnergy Solutions Corp Standards of Conduct and Affiliate Restrictions Speakers Bureau About Us Transmission Projects Maryland Maryland If you have a question about a FirstEnergy transmission project in Maryland please contact transmissionprojects firstenergycorp com Last Modified April 29 2015 FirstEnergy Home About FirstEnergy

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  • Virginia
    News Releases Company Profile Outage Information Media Contacts Social Media Investors News Market Information SEC Filings Reports Financial Information Stock Info Analyst Coverage Fixed Income Investors Shareholder Services Corporate Governance Investor Contacts Careers Why FirstEnergy Diversity Inclusion Career Paths Student Opportunities Military Hiring Process Search Jobs About Us Generation System Transmission Projects Ohio Pennsylvania New Jersey West Virginia Maryland Virginia Gordonsville Pratts Company History Board of Directors Leadership Team FirstEnergy Solutions Corp Standards of Conduct and Affiliate Restrictions Speakers Bureau About Us Transmission Projects Virginia Virginia Transmission Projects While FirstEnergy does not directly serve electric distribution customers in Virginia it owns and operates the electric transmission system in the region previously served by its affiliate The Potomac Edison Company a former subsidiary of Allegheny Power Electric customers in FirstEnergy s Virginia transmission zone are directly served by Rappahannock Electric Cooperative and Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative Gordonsville Pratts 230 kV Transmission Project Last Modified April 9 2015 FirstEnergy Home About FirstEnergy Newsroom Investors Social Media FirstEnergy Solutions Environment Community Economic Development Careers Privacy Legal Statement Website Terms of Use Our Electric Companies Ohio Edison The Illuminating Company Toledo Edison Met Ed Penelec Penn Power West Penn Power Jersey Central Power Light

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  • Replacing existing equipment
    FirstEnergy Diversity Inclusion Career Paths Student Opportunities Military Hiring Process Search Jobs About Us Generation System Transmission Projects Ohio Pennsylvania New Jersey West Virginia Maryland Virginia Company History Board of Directors Leadership Team FirstEnergy Solutions Corp Standards of Conduct and Affiliate Restrictions Speakers Bureau About Us Transmission Projects Replacing Existing Equipment Replacing existing equipment with advanced technologies designed to enhance system reliability Installing new smart technology in substations and along transmission lines that can be operated remotely to help prevent some outages from occurring Or if an outage does occur this advanced equipment is expected to help reduce the number of customers who are affected and shorten the duration Enhancing our infrastructure is expected to lower maintenance costs charged to customers While still functional older equipment costs more to maintain and may be unable to be retrofitted with new smart technology FirstEnergy crews transport a massive 220 ton electric transformer along area roads as part of substation enhancement project Last Modified April 29 2015 Click on the state below to learn more about transmission projects underway or planned across our service territory Ohio Pennsylvania New Jersey West Virginia Maryland Virginia FirstEnergy Home About FirstEnergy Newsroom Investors Social Media FirstEnergy Solutions

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  • Meeting projected load growth
    Transmission Projects Ohio Pennsylvania New Jersey West Virginia Maryland Virginia Company History Board of Directors Leadership Team FirstEnergy Solutions Corp Standards of Conduct and Affiliate Restrictions Speakers Bureau About Us Transmission Projects Meeting Projected Load Growth Meeting projected load growth driven primarily by shale gas related activity in our region New projects are expected to increase our load serving capability in portions of our service territory where economic growth is occurring or is anticipated particularly in the Marcellus and Utica shale gas regions In 2014 more than 400 megawatts MW of new shale gas related electric demand came online in FirstEnergy s territory and more than 1 100 MW of additional planned expansion is expected at customer facilities through 2019 FirstEnergy is making major investments on transmission upgrades to support the shale gas industry The new transmission facilities will also help enhance service reliability for other area customers Our new Waldo Run transmission substation in Doddridge County W Va supports the area s Marcellus shale gas industry and enhances service reliability for Mon Power customers Last Modified April 29 2015 Click on the state below to learn more about transmission projects underway or planned across our service territory Ohio Pennsylvania

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  • Reinforcing the system
    Student Opportunities Military Hiring Process Search Jobs About Us Generation System Transmission Projects Ohio Pennsylvania New Jersey West Virginia Maryland Virginia Company History Board of Directors Leadership Team FirstEnergy Solutions Corp Standards of Conduct and Affiliate Restrictions Speakers Bureau About Us Transmission Projects Reinforcing The System Reinforcing the system in light of power plant deactivations Energizing the Future includes new transmission projects designed to enhance service reliability as power plants in the region are deactivated due to the high cost of complying with environmental regulations Projects include building new 138 and 345 kilovolt transmission lines and substations and converting certain FirstEnergy generating plants in northern Ohio into synchronous condensers devices that help regulate voltage levels on the grid This effort is driven by recommendations by PJM Interconnection the regional grid operator to enhance system reliability in light of plant deactivations Workers put the finishing touches on the Glenwillow Substation completed in 2015 to reinforce the electric grid following power plant deactivations in Northeast Ohio Last Modified April 29 2015 Click on the state below to learn more about transmission projects underway or planned across our service territory Ohio Pennsylvania New Jersey West Virginia Maryland Virginia FirstEnergy Home About FirstEnergy Newsroom

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  • Corporate Programs
    hunger centers throughout Ohio Pennsylvania New Jersey West Virginia Maryland and New York This is the equivalent of approximately 171 meals per employee or more than 2 6 million meals total Each 1 cash donation provides seven meals and one pound of food is equivalent to 1 28 meals FirstEnergy employees developed fun and creative ways to raise money such as bake sales silent auctions contests and more Activities are sparked by friendly competition among business groups and employees across the company The three divisions that donate the most meals per employee earn an additional 2 500 1 500 and 1 000 for their local food banks or hunger centers from The FirstEnergy Foundation Since 2001 company employees have contributed more than 3 8 million in cash and more than 1 2 million pounds of food to help fight hunger which represents the equivalent of more than 27 million meals Founded in 1992 Harvest for Hunger is the second largest cooperative food drive in the nation Its mission is to collect food and funds for local hunger centers Cash contributions are used to purchase the most needed food items Each dollar or food item donated remains in the donor s community United Way FirstEnergy and its employees have long been strong supporters of United Way The premise of United Way leveraging the generous contributions of thousands of people to make the biggest impact for those in need helps ensure the safety and health of the communities we serve Since 2001 the FirstEnergy Foundation employees and retirees have contributed nearly 35 million to United Way campaigns in Ohio Pennsylvania and New Jersey helping to ensure the safety and health of the communities we serve Since the early 1990s United Way agencies around the country have kicked off their annual campaigns with

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  • FirstEnergy Foundation
    tax exempt organizations within the FirstEnergy operating companies service areas including Ohio Edison The Illuminating Company and Toledo Edison in Ohio Met Ed Penelec Penn Power and West Penn Power in Pennsylvania Jersey Central Power Light in New Jersey Mon Power and Potomac Edison in West Virginia and Maryland and where FirstEnergy Solutions Corp FirstEnergy Generation and FirstEnergy Nuclear Operations conduct business The FirstEnergy Foundation traditionally provides funding to Help improve the vitality of our communities and support key safety initiatives Promote local and regional economic development and revitalization efforts Support FirstEnergy employee community leadership and volunteer interests Advance an educated workforce by supporting professional development and literacy and science technology engineering and mathematics STEM education initiatives Limitations The FirstEnergy Foundation generally does not consider funding for Direct grants to individuals or to political or legislative activities Organizations that receive sizable public tax funding Fraternal religious labor athletic social or veterans organizations unless the contribution is earmarked for an eligible program or campaign open to all beneficiaries including those not affiliated with the host organization National or international organizations Organizations already supported by federated campaigns such as United Way Research Equipment purchases Loans or second party giving such as endowments debt retirement or foundations Public or private secondary schools Pre K 12 Organizations that are a public charity defined as a 509 a 3 How to Apply The FirstEnergy Foundation does not accept unsolicited grant applications Applicants are encouraged to discuss grant inquiries with the local management of FirstEnergy companies and the staff of FirstEnergy s Community Involvement Department The FirstEnergy Foundation Grant Application can be downloaded and completed electronically Once you have completed the application form please print and attach the following documentation Photocopy of IRS 501 c 3 letter including description of 509 a status if applicable List

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  • FirstEnergy Volunteers
    Media Contacts Social Media Investors News Market Information SEC Filings Reports Financial Information Stock Info Analyst Coverage Fixed Income Investors 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 Local Contacts Speakers Bureau Community Home Employee Volunteerism FirstEnergy Volunteers FirstEnergy employees have a proud history of volunteerism in the communities where they live and work Our employees traditionally volunteer their time talent and financial support to a variety of community initiatives from tutoring elementary students assisting in adult literacy efforts and helping build affordable housing to raising money for cancer research and working with neighbors to rebuild after weather related catastrophes Among the many organizations supported by our employee volunteers include the American Red Cross Junior Achievement and employee driven walk a thons with organizations such as March of Dimes American Cancer Society and Multiple Sclerosis Society Last Modified January 15 2013 FirstEnergy Home About FirstEnergy Newsroom Investors Social Media FirstEnergy Solutions Environment Community Economic Development Careers Privacy Legal Statement Website Terms of Use Our Electric Companies Ohio Edison The Illuminating Company Toledo Edison Met Ed Penelec Penn Power West

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