Oct. 21, 2013
residents now have the opportunity to lock in a low fixed price on electric generation through Chamber
Friends & Family Program, which is supplied by FirstEnergy Solutions. For every person who enrolls as part of this program, FirstEnergy Solutions will contribute
to one of the following participating schools: Indiana Area School District, Purchase Line School District, Arin Intermediate Unit,
School District and United School District.
OnDemand, an organization formed to help business customers manage energy needs both on the supply and demand side of the meter, recently concluded a similar successful Friends & Family Program with the Penn-Trafford School District.
, Penn-Trafford's Business Manager, said, "The district is extremely pleased and grateful for the response we received, and the benefit to our educational foundation can not be overstated. FirstEnergy Solutions and OnDemand made the registration process simple and seamless. We look forward to continuing this partnership for many years to come."
"For years, we've enjoyed working with Chamber
and OnDemand to offer competitive electric pricing to businesses and residents across
, vice president of Sales & Marketing for FirstEnergy Solutions. "So it just made sense to extend this discount and design a program that would also benefit local school districts that I'm sure can always use additional funds to improve their resource-constrained budgets."
To view pricing and enroll, residents should go online to
or call 1-866-699-9968 to speak to a program representative.
provides local Chambers of Commerce members with business products and services such as individual and group health, dental and vision insurance options, human resources solutions, business insurance with dividend potential, energy savings program, voluntary benefits and more.
OnDemand Energy, founded in 1995, is comprised of energy experts offering over 250 years of combined experience in managing the complexities of energy delivery and consumption and controlling the impact on customers' bottom line.