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FEU Crews Heading Home

September 15, 2021

Updated Sept. 13, 2021, 8 p.m. ​FirstEnergy employees helping with Hurricane Ida restoration efforts are scheduled to begin traveling back from Louisiana this morning. They are expected to return home on Wednesday night. A contingent of approxima​tely 500 line workers, fleet mechanics, corporate support personnel and company contractors spent more than a week assisting Entergy with restoration…

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FirstEnergy Ambassador Network Recognizes Achievements

September 15, 2021

FAN Accomplishments 378 employees volunteered to help shape the future of FirstEnergy by building a sustainable pipeline of diverse talent by being part of FAN 22 executive leaders committed and delivered their support to the FirstEnergy teams and external partners 24 unique strategic plans were developed to guide FAN’s efforts In 2020, FAN efforts helped…

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Twenty Years Later, We Remember

September 11, 2021

The impact of the Sept. 11 events is etched in our minds forever. Thinking back to where you were two decades ago, many employees were in college, elementary school, at work, and for some, witnessing the tragic events unfold in the heart of New York City. As we mark the 20-year anniversary of 9/11, the…

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A Legacy of Compassion

September 10, 2021

Many of our values, beliefs, likes and dislikes are reflective of our upbringing. Some of us pattern our hobbies and even careers after our parents or other important childhood figures. Tracy Parmer, analyst V, Emerging Technologies (EmT) Strategy, is a wonderful example. She is an avid volunteer and serves the community in a number of ways…

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Keep Your Home Safe

September 10, 2021

Warm or discolored wall plates can mean that a home has an overloaded electrical circuit – which could cause a fire. Some other warning signs of an overloaded circuit include: Flickering, blinking or dimming lights Frequently tripped circuit breakers or blown fuses Cracking, sizzling or buzzing from receptacles Burning odor coming from receptacles or wall…

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A National Framework for Responding to Emergencies

September 9, 2021

FirstEnergy President and CEO Steve Strah provides his insights in an article on “The National Response Event Framework and Mutual Assistance” in the September/October 2021 issue of Electric Perspectives, a publication of the Edison Electric Institute (EEI). The National Response Event (NRE) framework, developed in the wake of Superstorm Sandy in 2012, has “cultivated a venue for collaboration…

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Well Worth the Climb

September 8, 2021

Five-hundred kilovolt (kV) transformers are very large, very heavy and not easy to maneuver. When the first unit was recently delivered to Mon Power’s Flint Run substation construction site, it marked a major milestone in the project – especially considering the challenging destination. ​As part of our Energizing the Future initiative, the Flint Run substation is being…

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