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Current Med-Ed Electricity Rates

As a resident of Pennsylvania and a Med-Ed customer, you have the ability to shop and switch to a lower electricity supply rate than what Med-Ed offers. Below you will find Med-Ed’s “Price to Compare” as well as competing rates available in your area. Switching is 100% free and can be done in just minutes.

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Met-Ed History

Founded in 1917,  Metropolitan Edison (Met-Ed) is owned and operated by FirstEnergy. Met-Ed services a smaller area compared to other utility companies in Pennsylvania. In addition to Med-Ed, FirstEnergy also operates three other Pennsylvanian utilities including Penelec, Penn Power, and West Penn Power.

FirstEnergy is headquartered in Akron, Ohio and is one of the nation’s largest investor-owned electric systems. Based on 6 million customers, FirstEnergy services selected areas in the following states: Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, New Jersey, Maryland and New York.

Met-Ed Service Areas

Met-Ed current serves over 560,000 electric customers. The Met-Ed service area includes:

Service Areas

  • Erie
  • Crawford
  • Warren
  • Forest
  • Venango
  • Jefferson
  • Indiana
  • Clearfield
  • Combria
  • Somerset
  • Blair
  • Huntingdon
  • Mifflin
  • Tioga
  • Bradford
  • Sullivan

Met-Ed Electricity Rates

If Met-Ed customers don’t switch their electricity provider, the delivery and the supply of their electricity is done by Met-Ed. Now that PA allows for the power to switch electricity providers, Met-Ed customers have the right to choose their own Met-Ed electricity rate, plan and provider.

You will find a free compare and switch tool on the right side of this page, which will allow you to choose a Met-Ed electricity provider that works for you. Just enter your zip code, click search and start comparing electricity plans. You will need your most recent MetEd bill for your account information to complete your switch.

Once you choose a plan and Met-Ed provider that works for you, their is no need to contact Met-Ed directly. The provider will contact Met-ed and you should see your new electricity supply rate on your bill in 1-2 billing cycles.

For power outages, emergencies or billing questions, contact Met-Ed directly:

Met-Ed (A FirstEnergy Company)

Phone: 800-545-7741

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