FirstEnergy Corp.’s 2014 Infrastructure Investment Includes Support For Student Housing

by Katie Sloan

Greensburg, Pa. — West Penn Power will spend more than half a million dollars dedicated to infrastructure improvements for new student housing development at State College.

Greensburg, Pa. — Investor-owned energy company FirstEnergy Corp. will invest $160 million in infrastructure this year as part of an effort to strengthen the durability and flexibility of its electric system in West Penn Power’s 24-county service area. Among the many projects scheduled, one of them will earmark $600,000 to add additional distribution line capacity in the Park Hills area of State College, Pa., home to Penn State, to help support new student housing and related development.







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