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Met-Ed FirstEnergy: The Easiest Way To Start Service In East York, Pennsylvania

Met-Ed FirstEnergy is one of the many subsidiaries of FirstEnergy Corporation, which serves approximately five hundred and sixty thousand (560,000) customers in the northeast part of Pennsylvania.

In an earlier article, we discussed FirstEnergy Corp where we learned that the corporation has ten electric utility subsidiaries.

This new article is purposely for discussing Met-Ed, a subsidiary of the FirstEnergy utility holding company. You can use the table of content below to check which topics we treated on this page. Click on any of the headings that interest you to jump to the particular article.

Met-Ed FirstEnergy

The Met-Ed FirstEnergy Corporation subsidiary is located in Reading, Pennsylvania. The company serves customers in Reading and East York of Pennsylvania.

There are two Met-Ed branches in Pennsylvania serving a total of approximately five hundred and sixty customers.

Met-Ed in York PA

The Met-Ed FirstEnergy company in East York, Pennsylvania can be found at the following address.
501 Parkway Blvd, 
York, PA 17404.

This particular branch opens from Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, and is closed on weekends and holidays.

Met-Ed in Reading PA

You can locate this Met-Ed branch at the following address.
2800 Centre Ave,
Reading, PA 19605

This branch also opens from Monday to Friday and remains closed on Saturdays and Sundays including public holidays.

How to start service at Met-Ed FirstEnergy

Met-Ed just like any other utility holding company is open and ready to sign new customers onboard. The procedure for signing up new customers is very simple and easy to follow. However, as a new customer, you must know what you need to do before even signing up for Met-Ed.

First of all, you must be or be moving into the Met-Ed service area. Basically, you must be within the Met-Ed’s zone.

If you live around Springettsbury, Windsor, Valley View, Queens Gate, or York, you can easily get access to Met-Eds utility supply.


  • Your utility request address
    If you are moving to a new location, then this should be your new address. It should contain every single detail that will lead the technical team to your doorstep. I mean, provide full address including unit number if is available.
  • Contact details
    This particular one must include your name, phone number, email, and physical address even if it is different from the request address. Make sure you provide all the information exactly as it is on your identity cards.
  • Activation date
    This should be the exact date you want the service. Make sure it is within a working day since the company doesn’t work on weekends. Also, make sure your request date is at least 48 hours ahead of the time you are submitting your request.
  • Security
    Utility companies usually require some sort of security deposit before activating a service for a new customer. This security will be either your Social Security Number (SSN) to perform a credit check, a guarantor, or an upfront cash deposit.


If you meet all the requirements, then you can continue with the procedure. There are two things you can do. You can either request via the customer service center number which is faster or you can visit the Met-Ed FirstEnergy website to start your process.

I will tell you how to do both so you can go with the one that is most convenient.

To use the customer service center number, simply call 1-800-545-7741. Customers with hearing or speech impaired should call the Telecommunication Relay Service (TRS) on 711.

  • If you want to use the form, then you have to visit the Met-Ed FirstEnergy Move In form.
  • As soon as you click on the “Start Service” button, you should see a similar screen just like the one in the image below.
Met Ed FirstEnergy start service
  • For completely new customers, you must enter your ZIP code and click “NEXT” to start the entire process.
  • You will be taken to a form which you must fill with your correct details. Make sure you fill out the form with the requirements you prepared before starting the process.

As soon you submit the form, FirstEnergy will check and start working on getting your service started.

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