FirstEnergy Corp.’s efforts to “strengthen the durability and flexibility” of its electric system will include several major infrastructure projects for the Toledo Edison service area in Northwest Ohio during 2015, the Sentinel-Tribune reports. The projects, expected to total $120 million, will include “[c]ompleting a new 48-mile transmission line . . . to help enhance service reliability,” completing a new transmission substation, replacing a large transformer at one substation and 345-kV circuit breakers at another, and “inspecting and replacing distribution poles” in the service area. Toledo Edison president Rich Sweeney said, “We continually review and re-evaluate our system, looking for projects that can provide the greatest benefit to the greatest number of our customers,” adding that this work “improves our system, helping to reduce the number and length of service disruptions our customers might experience.” For more, read the full article.