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AEP Ohio Helps Brighten Huckleberry House

Huckleberry House is a safe place and source of support for young people in the Central Ohio area—helping them and their families as they deal with some of the most difficult problems imaginable.  Our crews jumped at the chance to help the organization bring extra sparkle to the holidays. With the help of AEP Ohio’s …

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A Tree Lights Up McConnelsville

It’s a return to tradition in McConnelsville, Ohio this year as American Electric Power employees and partners raised a giant tree on the town commons. Strung with lights and topped with a star, the 35- to 40-foot-tall evergreen was given to the town as a gift for the holidays. AEP Ohio’s McConnelsville Service Center wanted …

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Santa Claus is Coming to Town … on a Motorcycle in New Philadelphia

Spotting Santa and his sleigh is tricky, especially if it’s not Christmas Eve. But here’s an inside tip: he’s been regularly cruising the streets of New Philadelphia since Thanksgiving, and kids lucky enough to spot him will come away with a toy, too. April Leighliter, an AEP Ohio meter clerk in Gahanna (and one of …

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Wildlights BOGO Discount for AEP Ohio Customers

Did you know?  AEP Ohio helped the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium convert nearly 3 million holiday lights into energy efficient LED bulbs, creating one of the most spectacular light displays in central Ohio. Those LED bulbs have helped the Zoo use 70 percent less energy during Wildlights. You can enjoy Wildlights, efficiently powered by AEP …

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AEP Ohio Contribution Helps Support Affordable Housing for Seniors

AEP Ohio recently presented affordable housing developer Woda Cooper Companies with an incentive of more than $22,000 through its EfficiencyCrafted Homes program.  The incentive recognizes Woda Cooper Companies’ commitment to providing affordable utility solutions for low-income seniors through high energy efficiency standards. Open since late 2018, Fairwood Commons, a $12.2 million investment in Columbus’ Franklin …

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