Met-Ed offers free water, ice to customers affected by storm
READING, Pa., June 8, 2023 /PRNewswire/– meted (FirstEnergy) crews are conducting inspections and equipment maintenance across the company’s 14-county eastern and south-central Pennsylvania service area to ensure its local energy delivery system is ready for increased summer electric demand caused by higher air conditioning usage. As part of this effort, Met-Ed customers are encouraged to report outages by calling or texting OUT to 54487.
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Met-Ed and Penelec are owned by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission. The PUC’s transmission service charge, which will appear on customer bills starting June 1, reflects the cost of operating and maintaining the power distribution system. Compared to the prior base rate, for an average residential customer using 750 kilowatt-hours a month, this increase will result in a monthly increase of $12.