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Penn Power line workers install a new TripSaver device on a power line
Penn Power line workers install a new TripSaver device on a neighborhood power line in Lawrence County, Pennsylvania. The automated devices are installed on local neighborhood power lines that branch from the main power line serving an area.

Penn Power Expedites Outage Restoration

Line workers install TripSaver devices across the utility’s service territory.

The Pennsylvania Power Co. (Penn Power), one of 10 electric company subsidiaries of FirstEnergy Corp., serves more than 160,000 customers across western Pennsylvania, and many of those customers live in rural or tree-filled areas that are more likely to experience outages caused by tree and animal contacts.

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