What is Metropolitan Edison (Met-Ed) Company?
The Metropolitan Edison (Met-Ed) Company is the electricity utility in parts of 14 counties in southeastern Pennsylvania, serving 560,000 people. It’s the default power supplier in this region, but the market is deregulated, giving customers a choice of retail electricity providers as well.
Met-Ed is a subsidiary of FirstEnergy, an Akron-based energy company which owns 16,000MW of electricity generation capacity. It transmits and distributes this power to six million customers across a 65,000-square-mile area in Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia.
What services does the Metropolitan Edison (Met-Ed) Company offer?
Met-Ed sells electricity supply to residential and business customers. It also markets energy solutions: home electrical services, including repairs, inspections and installations; home security and landscape lighting; home insulation; home repair and surge protection plans; and tree services.
Where does the Metropolitan Edison (Met-Ed) Company operate?
Met-Ed serves more than 560,000 customers in southeastern Pennsylvania. This includes customers in parts of the following counties:
• Adams County
• Berks County
• Bucks County (northeast corner)
• Chester County (northeast corner)
• Cumberland County
• Dauphin County
• Lancaster County (northwest corner)
• Lebanon County
• Lehigh County
• Monroe County
• Montgomery County (northeast corner)
• Northampton County
• Pike County
• York County