Power Tips

Recent Articles

Spring Storm Preparedness

Springtime brings flowers, sunshine, longer days — and storm season. Thunderstorms, high winds and flash floods can pop up with little warning. When storms and high winds damage power lines, our crews work hard to get the power back on as quickly, safely and efficiently as possible. Follow these five simple tips to help keep …

Read More
Severe Winter Weather: What You Need to Know

We’re continuing to closely monitor the path of the incoming winter weather. Our crews are ready to respond if outages occur. Here’s what you need to know to be prepared.  Before the Storm  Decide now what you’ll do if there’s an extended power outage. Check with those who are elderly or have medical conditions to …

Read More
Downed Lines: Stay Away, Stay Alive

It’s important to remember that all downed lines are dangerous— they carry an electric current that can cause serious or even fatal injuries. Please take a few minutes to review these critical safety reminders should you ever find yourself in a potentially dangerous situation. What if I see a downed line? Don’t touch it or …

Read More
How Energy Advisors Can Help Your Business

Did you know there are many ways electrification can benefit your business’s bottom line? AEP Ohio has a team of experts dedicated to helping your business find ways to meet its sustainability goals — and optimize energy use along the way. Curious where to start and how we can help? Check out this quick Q&A to …

Read More
Winter Heating Safety Tips

When used properly, space heaters are a great way to stay warm — but they can also pose significant risks and be a fire hazard. Before plugging in your space heater, review the following tips to keep you and your family safe and warm this winter. Always place a space heater on a hard, level …

Read More
Be Ready for Cold Weather Driving

Vehicle accidents are often a cause of power outages. Take some simple steps that will help you be prepared this winter as you get behind the wheel. Maintain your car: check the battery, tire tread, windshield wipers, windows and antifreeze. Have on hand: flashlight, jumper cables, abrasive material shovel, ice scraper, flares and and blankets. …

Read More
1 2 3 5