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    Met-Ed completes project to upgrade distribution system in southern Monroe County

    July 28, 2022 - Resource News International


      International Resource News - 28 July 2022

      Met-Ed, a subsidiary of US-based utility FirstEnergy Corp. (NYSE: FE), has completed a project to upgrade its distribution system in southern Monroe County, Pennsylvania.

      This move is intended to help prevent or decrease the duration of service disruptions, particularly during severe summer storms

      The work includes rebuilding present power lines to provide a second source of electricity to a substation near Snydersville and deploying automated equipment on the local network to help prevent service disruptions and restore power faster for around 2,300 customers.

      The upgrades are part of the company's Long Term Infrastructure Improvement Plan, a USD153m initiative to expedite capital investments to the company's electric distribution system over five years to help ensure continued electric service reliability for customers.


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