FirstEnergy Fined $3.9M in Scandal Involving Nuke Plants

Businessman holding nuclear symbol

Energy provider agrees to pay fine for witholding lobbying information that kept nuclear plants open.

February 6, 2023
Annemarie Mannion - Engineering News-Record

Having admitted to participating in the largest energy-involved bribery scandal in Ohio history, provider FirstEnergy Corp., based in Akron, has agreed to pay a $3.9-million fine for withholding lobbying and accounting information from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s enforcement office.

Reprinted courtesy of Annemarie Mannion, Engineering News-Record

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