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Preparing for Summer Severe Weather

Storms can form in a flash — it’s important to be prepared for what happens before, during and after severe weather hits. Keep reading to learn about how to best keep you and your loved ones safe. BEFORE THE STORM Prepping in advance helps ensure that you and your family will be ready. Take these steps …

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Manage, Track and Save on Your Electric Bill This Summer

With your A/C cranking in the summertime heat, your electric bill may be reflecting higher energy usage. Here are a few resources to help manage your usage and make your bill more predictable:   Enroll in Our Average Monthly Payment* (AMP) Plan AMP spreads the cost of cooling and heating over the whole year by leveling …

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Managing the Electric Grid During the Hottest Months

As we move into the hottest months of the year, you might hear more about electricity supply and demand. Generating and distributing electricity is a constant, collaborative process and we work with PJM, our regional transmission organization, to monitor the flow of electricity 24/7, 365. Here are ways PJM helps us get power to your …

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Don’t Miss Forestry Fridays at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium

Calling all animal lovers and nature enthusiasts! Through our Trim to TreatⓇ partnership, some of the trees and branches our forestry crews regularly trim are donated and delivered to the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium and The Wilds. These fresh tree trimmings, also known as browse, are not only important to the animals’ diets but also …

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Celebrate Arbor Day and Spring with These Tree-Planting Tips

It’s Arbor Day, which has many of us thinking about spring landscaping projects. At AEP Ohio, we’re asking customers to plan before they plant to ensure future generations can enjoy the beauty and benefits of trees without affecting the reliability of your electric service. “Trees are a top cause of power outages,” Forestry Manager Dale …

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The Solar Eclipse: How AEP Ohio is Preparing

The last total solar eclipse visible in Ohio was in 1806, and the next one won’t occur until 2099. The Ohio Emergency Management Agency is expecting anywhere from 150,000 to 575,000 visitors to the state to view the rare event. To prepare for this once-in-a-lifetime occurrence on Monday, April 8, AEP Ohio has been working …

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