Green Buildings

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FirstEnergy’s West Akron Campus is among the largest office building in northeast Ohio to be awarded Gold Level Certification by the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)* program. Construction on the building was completed in 2008.

The company's West Virginia Operations Headquarters in Fairmont, W.Va., which is home to Mon Power utility operations and a regional transmission control center, also received LEED certification after it was completed in 2010. It was among the first buildings in the area to receive LEED certification. 

In addition, the 70,000 square-foot Akron transmission control center, completed in 2013, achieved Silver LEED certification. Transmission control centers utilize advanced computer systems to monitor electrical grid reliability.

LEED is an internationally recognized third-party green building certification system that recognizes buildings that have met the highest possible green building standards and verifies a project’s level of environmental responsibility and ability to provide occupants with a healthy place to live and work.

 

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Last Modified: May 8, 2018