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  • West Penn Power
    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 Pennsylvania Met Ed Penelec Penn Power West Penn Power For Your Home For Your Business Save Energy Pennsylvania West Penn Power West Penn Power For Your Home Incentive Programs Home Energy Analyzer Appliance Program Lighting Program HVAC Water Heater Program Solar Thermal Equipment Rebates Residential Energy Audit Program Conservation Voltage Reduction Program Energy Efficient New Homes Energy Conservation Kit Appliance Turn In Program Effective November 23 2015 JACO Environmental is no longer able to administer our Appliance Recycling Program and as a result we suspended the program For more information call 1 800 686 0021 or or click here to review Frequently Asked Questions Programs for Limited Income Customers WARM Energy Saving Home Improvements For Your Business Incentive Programs Business Energy Analyzer Lighting Incentives HVAC Incentives Drives for Motors Incentives Streetlighting Outdoor Area Lighting and Traffic Signal Incentive Programs Specialty Equipment Incentives Custom Incentives for Business Program Energy Efficient New Homes For Builders Energy Efficient New Homes This is a link to a third party site The site is maintained by the third party

    Original URL path: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/save_energy/save_energy_pennsylvania/west_penn_power.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Jersey Central Power & Light
    members have been called to active military duty Customers participating in the program may elect to defer paying either all or part of their monthly electric bill When the family member in the military service returns home the account will be reviewed to determine payment arrangements for the balance owed Call 1 800 686 3421 for more information Customers who have switched to an alternative generation supplier may defer the charges paid to their supplier only if that supplier offers a deferred payment program If a supplier does not offer a deferred payment program the supplier charges must be paid each month Help paying your bill Call the numbers associated with each of the following programs for further information Universal Service Fund Program USF New Jersey Department of Community Affairs 1 866 240 1347 USF provides low income customers a payment plan to help lower the monthly cost for electric service Participants pay a maximum percentage of their total household income for electric and natural gas USF is a statewide program administered by the New Jersey Department of Human Services Fresh Start the debt forgiveness component of USF provides a one time opportunity to eliminate pre program account arrearages There are household income and other program qualification requirements New Jersey Statewide Heating Assistance and Referral for Energy Services New Jersey SHARES www njshares org or 1 866 657 4273 New Jersey SHARES is a non profit corporation organized to provide assistance to individuals and families living in New Jersey who are in need of temporary help in paying their energy bills This program is designed to assist customers who would otherwise have no means of assistance A history of good faith utility payments is considered for eligibility JCP L is a founding member of New Jersey SHARES Program funding is provided by JCP L customers company employees and FirstEnergy shareholders The distribution of funds is administered by community based organizations throughout the JCP L service territory To make a contribution to New Jersey SHARES please complete and return this contribution form To view and print this form you need Adobe Acrobat Reader Click here to download this free software Home Energy Assistance Program HEAP 1 800 662 3115 HEAP is a federally funded grant program administered by the State of New Jersey Department of Human Services through a network of local community based organizations HEAP provides customers help with paying winter heating bills and occasionally summer cooling bills Application for HEAP must be made annually There are household income requirements for this program HEAP has two components HEAP Cash Program Annual grant to help with heating costs HEAP Emergency Program Provides a grant to help avoid shut off of electric service which resulted from over due bills This grant also can be used to restore service that has already been shut off during the winter months Lifeline 1 800 792 9745 or 1 609 588 7182 Lifeline provides funding for utility bills electric and natural gas for qualifying disabled persons

    Original URL path: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/help/billingpayments/assistance_serviceprogram/jersey_central_powerlight.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Connections Program
    Service Requests Outages Safety Saving Energy Useful Brochures Forms Communication Tools Products Save Time Save Money SmarterHome Store Connections Program Improve Your Home Protect Your Home Interested Contractors Products Save Money Connections Program Connections Program The Connections service can help you identify special offers and savings opportunities on your household expenses including Phone TV Internet bundles Cable or Satellite TV Home Security High Speed Internet Compare options and pricing online Find special offers get recommendations or set up instant alerts for savings all based on your home address Shop for and Compare Home Services Today amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp nbsp Connections can help you make cost effective home service connections and is a free service to residential customers within our service areas in Ohio Pennsylvania New Jersey West Virginia and Maryland Consider this your one stop shop for home services It s a free service and easy to use You can Identify your local service providers Get the information you need on service plans and rates Make selections based on your usage patterns and preferences Have a single source of contact until your services are in place and running smoothly Prefer to shop by phone Call

    Original URL path: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/products/save_money/connections_program.html (2016-02-13)
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  • My Town
    Storm Information Outages Current Outages My Town My Town Area Search You can search for outages in New Jersey by county town city or municipality Type in your area and select the name from the list Your selection will be highlighted in yellow in the table below Click on the name for additional outage information Last Modified January 26 2016 Log In for Outage Status Username I forgot my username Password I forgot my password Not registered Register now View the 24 7 Power Center Outage map for additional information about outages in your area Additional Outage Assistance What to do if you have an outage Our storm restoration process Important safety reminders Preparing for power outages Latest storm information Information about ETRs during major outages A Global ETR is an estimate of when service will be restored to the majority of customers within JCP L following a major outage event It will be provided no later than 24 hours after the weather event has passed and conditions are safe enough to work Global ETRs will be displayed until more detailed ETRs can be established generally between 2 and 4 days depending on the severity of the event For your

    Original URL path: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/outages_help/current_outages_maps/my-town-search.html (2016-02-13)
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  • JCP&L Events
    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 Jersey Central Power Light 2015 Event Calendar JCP L is proud to support community organizations and programs across our service territory and we invite you to join us at the following events this year We are always adding new dates so please check back for the most current schedule September September 6 Netcong Day Netcong Borough NJ September 19 20 Highlands Festival at Waterloo Allamuchy NJ September 20 Marlboro Day Marlboro NJ September 26 Aberdeen Day Aberdeen Township NJ September 27 Morristown Festival on the Green Morristown NJ September 27 Guinness Oyster Festival Red Bank NJ December December 31 First Night Morris Downtown Morristown NJ By clicking this link you are leaving the FirstEnergy website and entering a website maintained by third party The third party is entirely responsible for the content of their website Last Modified August 21 2015 FirstEnergy Home

    Original URL path: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/jersey_central_power_light/jcp_l_events.html (2016-02-13)
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  • New Jersey Tariffs
    Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 9 1 2012 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 6 1 2012 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 4 1 2012 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 3 1 2012 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 2 1 2012 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 1 1 2012 2011 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 12 1 2011 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 11 1 2011 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 10 1 2011 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 9 1 2011 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 7 1 2011 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 6 1 2011 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 3 1 2011 2010 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 12 01 2010 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 11 01 2010 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 09 01 2010 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 06 01 2010 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 03 01 2010 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 02 01 2010 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 01 01 2010 2009 Tariff Parts I II General Information Standard Terms Conditions Effective 07 27 2009 Tariff Parts I II General Information Standard Terms Conditions Effective 01 17 2007 Updated 11 05 2008 06 01 2009 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 12 01 2009 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 10 12 2009 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 9 1 2009 incl BGS RC TEC changes Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 06 01 2009 Revised Rider BGS FP Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 06 01 2009 Suspended Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 05 01 2009 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 03 01 2009 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 01 01 2009 2008 Tariff Parts I II General Information Standard Terms Conditions Effective 01 17 2007 Updated 11 05 2008 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 12 01 2008 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 10 24 2008 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 10 01 2008 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 09 01 2008 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 06 01 2008 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 03 01 2008 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 02 01 2008 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 01 01 2008 2007 Tariff Parts I II General Information Standard Terms Conditions Effective 01 17 2007 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 12 01 2007 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates Effective 10 03 2007 Tariff Part III Service Classifications Riders Rates

    Original URL path: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/customer_choice/new_jersey/new_jersey_tariffs.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Guidelines on Rebuilding in a Designated Flood Zone
    impinge on the required safe clearance distance between electric power lines and buildings This can create serious safety concerns including the risk of injury or death and property damage The New Jersey Department of Community Affairs DCA has issued guidance in the form of an Elevation of Single Family Homes Notice and Guidance Document to address these issues The DCA has alerted all Uniform Construction Code UCC users including building owners design professionals and code enforcement officials of the need to obtain a letter from their local electric utility company stating that the local utility has informed the permit applicant of the required electrical safety area clearance distances so the elevation of the applicant s home can be planned or constructed in a way that doesn t impinge on these required clearances The DCA guidance indicates that code enforcement officials will require a copy of the letter from permit applicants for all homes being elevated to meet the FEMA standards To initiate service if necessary before issuance of a building permit JCP L customers may use the online Start Service form or call 1 800 622 3115 to apply Upon notification of your construction project a JCP L representative may request the following A complete clean and up to date site plan indicating the location of any JCP L owned electrical facilities on or adjacent to the property and in relationship to the proposed structure including if available the proposal for the relocation of such facilities Updated architectural drawings including the proposed elevations doors windows decks and awnings of the structure A copy of the current recorded deed for the site and Written notice of any deed homeowner or township restrictions that might impact the design and placement of electrical facilities JCP L requires a minimum of 30 days to review and process applications The review process begins after all necessary documents have been received All construction activities should be conducted safely and in compliance with all applicable permits laws and regulations governing such activity at the site These include but are not limited to the National Electrical Code NEC National Electrical Safety Code NESC and the Occupational Safety and Health Act OSHA Please contact the local building department if you have any questions about applicable standards and requirements before commencing construction JCP L Guidance for Electrical Meter Placement in a Designated Flood Zone Whenever an electric meter is located higher than six feet above grade whether to comply with FEMA flood level or other requirements permanently fixed stairs and a landing must be provided This helps to ensure that meter readers and other personnel are able to access and safely maintain JCP L meters The landing must provide an adequately sized work area that is a minimum of 42 inches wide by 48 inches deep centered on the meter In consultation with a JCP L representative the electric meter installer also may locate the meter where fixed stairs already exist including stairs that lead to a landing on a

    Original URL path: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/jersey_central_power_light/rebuilding-guidelines.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Wholesale Affiliate Transactions
    Account Billing Payments Making Service Requests Outages Safety Saving Energy Useful Brochures Forms Communication Tools Licensed electric generation suppliers Under the New Jersey Energy Choice program the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities BPU is responsible for licensing electric generation suppliers All licensed suppliers must post bonds to help ensure their financial responsibility and the supply of electricity to satisfy their contracts or agreements View the list of licensed electric

    Original URL path: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/jersey_central_power_light/wholesale_affiliatetransactions.html (2016-02-13)
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