WSAZ
UPDATE: New Deal Could Lead to Felman Production Reopening

April 4, 2014
By Michael Clouse

UPDATE: New Deal Could Lead to Felman Production Reopening 

An alloy plant that has had nearly 200 layoffs during the past year is getting some help from the West Virginia Public Service Commission.

Felman Production on Friday announced that West Virginia’s Public Service Commission issued an order that establishes a special variable rate plan based on market conditions. Specifically, it would determine when Felman would receive a discount off its electricity costs when the ferroalloy market is down and pay a premium when times are good.

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WSAZ
April 3, 2014
By Michael Clouse

New Deal Could Lead to Felman Production Reopening 

NEW HAVEN, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- To say the past nine months have been rough for Jeremiah Allison is an understatement. 

"I've been scraping," said Allison. "If it wasn't for family, we wouldn't have made it."

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Charleston Daily Mail
April 3, 2014
By Jared Hunt

Commission approves Felman power rate plan 

The state Public Service Commission on Thursday approved a special rate power plan for Felman Production that gives the steel additive manufacturer up to $9 million in yearly discounts to help restart operations at its idled New Haven plant.

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Gallipolis Daily Tribune
April 3, 2014
By Beth Sergent

Felman plant receives favorable PSC ruling 

NEW HAVEN — A collective sigh of relief could be heard from the manufacturing sector of Mason County on Thursday after Felman Production received a favorable ruling from the Public Service Commission of West Virginia.

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Associated Press
April 3, 2014

Special rate authorized for Felman plant in W.Va. 

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — The West Virginia Public Service Commission on Thursday authorized a special electricity rate plan for an idled manufacturer in Mason County. 

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