The Future of Coal-Based Generation
"Longview should be the future of coal in this country," Keffer said. "These plants are relatively low cost, highly efficient, and highly reliable with very low emissions."
Opposition to Pleasants Power Station deal builds with FERC filings
Groups opposing the purchase of the FirstEnergy-owned Pleasants Power Station by subsidiaries Mon Power and Potomac Edison have made their case known to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, arguing the transfer would stifle competition and put customers at risk of higher utility bills.
Longview Power Challenges Mon Power’s Pleasants Deal
The State Journal
Longview Power is asking the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to intercede in Mon Power’s proposed $195 million acquisition of an aging coal-fired plant.
Longview CEO: FirstEnergy plant transfer part of ‘scheme’ to support subsidiary
Longview Power LLC President and CEO Jeffery Keffer maintains that there were better options on the table to meet FirstEnergy Corp.'s capacity needs in West Virginia without putting ratepayers on the hook for an uneconomic coal plant.
Longview Power Applauds Confirmation of Scott Pruitt as EPA Administrator
Following the Senate confirmation of Scott Pruitt as Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Jeff Keffer, the Chief Executive Office of Longview Power and Mepco Holdings issued the following statement