Meet Myranda: Helping Crews & Customers Get Ahead of Severe Weather

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Helping Older Adults & Caregivers Prepare for Emergencies

September is National Preparedness Month — and while our crews always work hard to keep the power on, it’s important to be prepared for the unexpected. We’ve been working closely with our local community partners to better serve the unique needs of older adults and their caregivers, especially when it comes to preparing for emergencies …

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Grow Your Knowledge on Savings, Safety & More

Summer heat is making air conditioners work overtime to combat high temperatures — causing energy usage and electric bills to increase. Read on to brush up on ways to save energy and stay safe in these hottest summer months. Savings Study Tips If you’re looking to reduce your energy use and electric bill, here are …

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Know What’s Below: Always Call Before You Dig

In recognition of the recent 811 Day, and with the fall planting season rapidly approaching, AEP Ohio is reminding you to call 811 at least 48 hours before doing any digging on your property. Electric, gas, water, sewer and cable utilities use underground lines to deliver services to customers. Striking these lines can cause serious …

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New In-Ground Pit Supports Young Gymnasts in Lancaster

Young gymnasts will be receiving softer landings in Lancaster. That’s because AEP Ohio was one of the local organizations that contributed to the construction of an in-ground pit for the gymnastics program at the YMCA Rec Plex. The inflatable air pit is a step up from a standard pit that’s filled with foam cubes or …

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Employees Spruce Up Van Wert’s ‘Front Door’

First impressions are important. Thanks to a group of AEP Ohio employees in northwest Ohio, motorists will have a better one of Van Wert, a small farming community of 11,000 residents near the Ohio-Indiana border. Work Scheduling Assistant Shelly Mitchener led a group of local employees who wanted to give back to their community. She …

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Three Ways Our Forestry Crews Help Keep Your Power On

Did you know fallen trees and branches are one of the most common causes of power outages? That’s why our forestry crews take a proactive approach to help reduce tree-related power outages. They work to remove trees and branches from around our power lines and equipment before they cause a problem — and they also …

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