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Ohio utilities board signs off on FirstEnergy rate hike

Ohio regulators have rejected appeals of an earlier decision that allows FirstEnergy Corp. to impose electricity rate increases for three years. The move will give FirstEnergy an additional $204 million … Click to Continue »
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