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February 25, 2013
13:57 EDTFEFirstEnergy expects $300M share sale in late 2013, Bloomberg reports
FirstEnergy (FE) said on its Q4 earnings conference call that it expects a $300M share sale in late 2013, according to Bloomberg. FirstEnergy added that it anticipates no pension contributions in 2013 and to maintain its dividend this year, Bloomberg reported. Shares of FirstEnergy declined during the conference call and are currently down 1.7%, or 69c, to $39.85.
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February 2, 2016
08:33 EDTFECRA says auction process to be conducted for FirstEnergy Penn utilities
CRA International (CRAI) announced that an auction process will be conducted for FirstEnergy Corp.'s (FE) Pennsylvania utilities - Metropolitan Edison Company, Pennsylvania Electric Company, Pennsylvania Power Company and West Penn Power Company - to procure full requirements Default Supply generation service for their Default Service Customers. The auction process will lead up to the auction that is scheduled for April 11, 2016. The bidding process will use a descending-price clock auction format. The auction will be managed by Independent Evaluator and Auction Manager CRA International, Inc. The auction is being conducted pursuant to FirstEnergy's Pennsylvania Default Service Program as approved by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission. This is the seventh auction in the series of DSP-III auctions that began in October 2014.
08:32 EDTFEFirstEnergy produced over 88.9M MW hours of electricity
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January 25, 2016
15:03 EDTFEPJM-linked energy generators crash after Supreme Court upholds 'demand response'
Shares of Dynegy (DYN) and select peers are trading lower after the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and its so-called demand response, an industry practice that seeks to encourage lower energy usage. The rule, which pays customers for not using power, effectively boosts supply and increases pressure on prices in the PJM power grid, the nation's biggest merchant power market. Dynegy, Talen (TLN), Exelon (EXC) and FirstEnergy (FE) are the largest merchant generators in PJM, according to Bloomberg data. PRICE ACTION: Dynegy has fallen roughly 11.2% to $9.92. Exelon, NRG Energy (NRG), Talen and Calpine (CPN) have slipped 2.8%, 7.8%, 5.2%, and 7.7%, respectively, while energy savings firm EnerNOC (ENOC) jumped nearly 78% in the wake of the ruling.

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