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In Zanesville, Yet Another Example: Never Touch a Downed Wire

We can’t say it enough: Stay away from downed lines. Zanesville Line Servicer Eric Erwin was recently able to prevent yet another close call with this extreme danger. Erwin was called to the scene at 8:45 p.m. January 5 following a reported wire down. A tractor trailer had failed to turn sharply enough and ran …

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Storms: Be Prepared. Stay Safe.

We’ve officially said goodbye to the winter season and welcome to spring—and the storms that come with it. With Ohio Severe Weather Awareness Week this week and inclement weather already impacting our area in recent weeks, the time to prepare for future storms is now. Plan Ahead In the event of an emergency, it’s important …

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AEP Ohio’s Engineering Team: What They All Do

Before a wire is strung or a meter is set, teams of engineers at AEP Ohio are responsible for carefully analyzing, planning and designing our electrical infrastructure. There are many different types of engineers who work at AEP Ohio (and still others who work across all of AEP). Here’s a quick look at some the …

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AEP Ohio Gives $5K to United Way of Hancock County

AEP Ohio has made a $5,000 donation to the United Way of Hancock County. With this contribution, the organization will invest in weekend meals for children, food pantries, voucher programs and food distribution events – each having specific importance in battling hunger across the Findlay area. According to Angela Deboskey, chief executive officer at United Way …

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Getting Back to the Basics of Safety

Electricity has its own safety rules — and it’s always good to brush up on the basics, especially if you have little ones at home. Learn more below and scroll down to the bottom of the article for a special holiday activity. Never Tug on a Cord: Remember, disconnect electronics by pulling the plug at …

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