About Monongahela Power Company
Electricity flows from Monongahela Power (Mon Power) just like the river the utility was named after. The company services approximately 388,000 residential and commercial customers in a service area of 13,000 sq. mi. in West Virginia. Mon Power, along with West Penn Power and Potomac Edison, comprise the Allegheny Power arm of
Mon Power provides generation, transmission and distribution services. Its infrastructure includes 25,390 miles of distribution lines and more than 2,125 miles of transmission lines.
The utility's service area includes Northern, Central, and Southeastern West Virginia.
In 2013, the parent company invested about $131 million in Mon Power and planned to invest about $233 million more in 2014 to help Mon Power expand its operations.
In a transfer of assets within
To lower carbon emissions, in 2012 Mon Power shut down three aging coal-fired power plants in West Virginia: Albright, Willow Island, and Rivesville.
The company is a subsidiary of
Mon Power was incorporated in Ohio in 1924.
5001 NASA Blvd
Fairmont, WV 26554-8248
Phone: 1 (800) 686-0022
Employer Type: Privately Owned
Associate Business Analyst: Jane Campbell
Employees (This Location): 1,000
Employees (All Locations): 4,000
Willow Island, WV