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  • Jersey Central Power & Light Generator Interconnection
    Opportunities 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 Jersey Central Power Light Generator Interconnection Retail Interconnection Retail Interconnection applies to current retail customers who add generation to their side of the utility electric meter and interconnect to the electric grid in order to reduce the energy delivered by their electric utility Retail interconnections are governed by the rules and regulations identified in the retail electric service tariffs which are filed with and approved by the State s regulatory commission If you are a retail customer wishing to interconnect to the grid click the link below for more information Retail Customer Interconnection Information Wholesale Interconnection Wholesale interconnection applies to generation owners who plan to interconnect to the grid with the purpose of selling excess electrical energy to the wholesale market Wholesale interconnections are governed by the rules and regulations identified in the Open Access Tariff under the jurisdiction of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission FERC Wholesale Customer Interconnection Information Last Modified February 8 2012 FirstEnergy Home About FirstEnergy

    Original URL path: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/feconnect/jcpl.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Interest on Deposits
    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 Interest on Customer Deposits The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities has determined that for the twelve month period beginning January 1 2016 the simple interest rate of 0 11 percent shall be applied to customer deposits received or

    Original URL path: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/jersey_central_power_light/interest-deposits.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Regulatory Documents
    and an Adjustment of the Rider RRC RGGI Recovery Charge of it Its File Tariff for the Years 2009 through 2013 August 1 2014 Transmittal Letter Petition and all Attachments March 11 2015 Update on Initial Petition for Actual Data through December 2015 2014 Rider Non Utility Generation Charge Clause NGC Petition In the Matter of the Verified Petition of Jersey Central Power Light Company Constituting Its Annual Filings With Respect to the Non Utility Generation Charge Clause of Its Filed Tariff 2014 NGC Filing August 14 2015 Transmittal Letter Petition and all Attachments 2012 2013 Rider Non Utility Generation Charge Clause NGC Petition In the Matter of the Verified Petition of Jersey Central Power Light Company Constituting Its Annual Filings With Respect to the Non Utility Generation Charge Clause of Its Filed Tariff 2012 2013 NGC Filing October 31 2014 Transmittal Letter Petition and all Attachments 2012 2013 2014 Societal Benefit Charge SBC System Control Charge SCC Riders Petition In the Matter of the Verified Petition of Jersey Central Power Light Company Seeking 1 Review and Approval of Its Deferred Balances Relating to and an Adjustment of the SBC Clause of Its File Tariff and 2 Review and Approval of Its Deferred Balance Relating to the SCC Clause of Its Filed Tariff 2012 2013 2014 SBC SCC Filing March 26 2015 Transmittal Letter Petition and all Attachments 2012 2014 Manufactured Gas Plant MGP Remediation Adjustment Clause RAC Petition In the Matter of the Verified Petition of Jersey Central Power Light Company for the Review and Approval of Costs Incurred for Environmental Remediation of MGP Pursuant to the RAC of Its Filed Tariff April 30 2015 Transmittal Letter Petition and all Attachments 2012 Minimum Filing Requirements 2013 Minimum Filing Requirements 2014 Minimum Filing Requirements Last Modified September 23 2015 Public

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  • Mon Power
    years old and receive a Social Security or pension check or if you receive disability assistance and your electric bill is usually due just before your monthly benefit check comes we can extend your payment due date until after your check arrives Extended Payment Plan If conditions make it difficult to pay your electric bill on time we can arrange an extended payment plan This maintains service while you make payments more suited to your financial situation Military Deferred Payment Program This program is designed to assist customers who are having financial difficulties because their family 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 1 800 736 3407 for more information Help paying your bill Consumer Credit Counseling Services CCCS serves as liaison between the customer and the customer s creditors and provides budget counseling a supervised Debt Management Program and suspension of penalty and interest charges on debt for customers overburdened with debt Dollar Energy Fund DEF is an emergency hardship fund designed to help residential customers who have suffered a recent financial hardship and need temporary help in paying their electric bill Program funding is provided by Potomac Edison customers and FirstEnergy shareholders The distribution of funds is administered by community based organizations throughout the Mon Power s service territory Visit www dollarenergy org for more information Emergency Assistance Program EAP is administered by the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources DHHR to help eligible customers avoid termination of service Customers must present a disconnect notice at the county DHHR office Emergency Assistance is a one time payment that is applied to the customer s account Low Income Energy Assistance Program LIEAP is administered by the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources DHHR Office of Income Maintenance the program provides assistance to low income customer whose primary heating source is electric or gas The program includes LIEAP and Emergency LIEAP E LIEAP payments The DHHR accepts applications and awards E LIEAP to customer who have received a termination notice after applying and qualifying for LIEAP 20 Energy Credit Program is administered by the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources DHHR Office of Family Support This program reduces low income customers utility bill by 20 Eligible customers receive applications from the DHHR and send the completed applications to Mon Power 20 Discount Program 1310 Fairmont Avenue Fairmont WV 26554 Social Service Agency List To find the agency in your area please call our Contact Center at 1 800 686 0022 Special assistance programs Medical needs notifications weatherization and education Contact FirstEnergy about the following programs Critical Customer Care Program The Critical Customer Care Program identifies customers who use certain electrically operated life sustaining medical equipment in their home The program

    Original URL path: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/help/billingpayments/assistance_serviceprogram/mon_power.html (2016-02-13)
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  • West Virginia Tariffs
    Customer Choice Ohio Pennsylvania New Jersey West Virginia Maryland New York Outages Report Power Outage View Current Outages Report Lighting 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 Customer Choice Ohio Pennsylvania New Jersey West Virginia West Virginia Tariffs Understanding Your Bill Maryland New York Customer Choice West Virginia West Virginia Tariffs West Virginia Tariffs Users of electronic tariffs should note that such tariffs are not the official documents and users assume responsibility for reliance upon tariffs in electronic format To view and print the documents below you need Adobe Acrobat Reader version 8 0 or above Click here to download this free software Mon Power Tariff Mon Power Electric Tariff Potomac Edison West Virginia Tariff Potomac Edison West Virginia Electric Tariff Last Modified January 18 2016 FirstEnergy Home Our Electric Companies Privacy Legal Statement Web Terms of Use My Account View My Bill Pay My Bill Manage My Account

    Original URL path: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/customer_choice/west_virginia/west_virginia_tariffs.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Maryland Tariffs
    Lighting 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 Customer Choice Ohio Pennsylvania New Jersey West Virginia Maryland Educational Materials Eligible Customer List Standard Offer Service Price Supplier List Electric Choice Links Understanding Your Bill Maryland Tariffs New York Customer Choice Maryland Maryland Tariffs Maryland Tariffs Users of electronic tariffs should note that such tariffs are not the official documents and users assume responsibility for reliance upon tariffs in electronic format To view and print the documents below you need Adobe Acrobat Reader version 8 0 or above Click here to download this free software Current Potomac Edison Tariffs Electric Service Tariff Supplier Tariff Administrative Credit Energy Cost Adjustment and RGGI Rate Credit Demand Resource Surcharge Hourly Priced LCS Factors Pending Potomac Edison Tariff Revisions Electric Supply Rates for Residential and Type I SOS Electric Supply Rates for Type II SOS Last Modified February 10 2016 FirstEnergy Home Our Electric

    Original URL path: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/customer_choice/maryland/maryland_tariffs.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Potomac Edison Generator Interconnection
    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 Potomac Edison Generator Interconnection Retail Interconnection Retail Interconnection applies to current retail customers who add generation to their side of the utility electric meter and interconnect to the electric grid in order to reduce the energy delivered by their electric utility Retail interconnections are governed by the rules and regulations identified in the retail electric service tariffs which are filed with and approved by the State s regulatory commission If you are a retail customer wishing to interconnect to the grid click the link below for more information Retail Customer Interconnection Information Maryland Retail Customer Interconnection Information West Virginia Wholesale Interconnection Wholesale interconnection applies to generation owners who plan to interconnect to the grid with the purpose of selling excess electrical energy to the wholesale market Wholesale interconnections are governed by the rules and regulations identified in the Open Access Tariff under the jurisdiction of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission FERC Wholesale Customer Interconnection Information Last Modified March 31 2012

    Original URL path: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/feconnect/potomacedison.html (2016-02-13)
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  • FAQs
    have voluntarily removed units whose known concentrations of PCB exceeded 50 PPM We have done this in most of our plants and substation and from areas where food and feed are stored processed and served We also took steps to remove PCBs from commercial buildings and other areas with high public exposure In the event that a release occurs from a piece of equipment that contains any concentration of PCBs we will follow all of the applicable federal and state requirements to clean up the release Question I would like more information about the EMF levels associated with power lines near my house Any info you can send me would be very much appreciated Response Electric and magnetic fields EMFs are naturally occurring in the environment and can be found in the earth s interior and in the human body EMFs are generated essentially anywhere where there is a flow of electricity including electrical appliances and power equipment Electric fields are associated with the voltage of the source magnetic fields are associated with the flow of current in a wire The strength of these fields decreases rapidly with distance from the source For more information you may want to reference the following federal government website that addresses EMF questions www niehs nih gov FirstEnergy has also prepared a brochure that discusses EMF and health Learn more by reading our EMF brochure If you have additional questions please contact us Question What type of fuel is used to generate my electricity I would like to know the kind of fuel and where it comes from Can you tell me which plants provide my electricity Response In general our generation fleet is made up of approximately 57 percent coal 23 percent nuclear 11 percent hydro and wind sources 8 percent natural gas

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