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High Wind Alert: Ready to Respond

If high winds cause outages, our crews are ready to respond and get your power back on. It’s always good to be prepared and in the know on weather that may affect your area. Here’s a few important tips to keep in mind: Before the storm Have a plan in the event of an extended …

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New Lighting Makes Saving an Artform

Thanks to a curated collection of upgrades and practices, the Zanesville Museum of Art exhibits how a non-profit organization can save on its operating costs. The museum recently used AEP Ohio’s Energy Advantage Program to receive free coaching, assessments and tools for energy savings. “Each dollar we save in energy costs is a dollar that …

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Explore Energy Efficiency with Kids

It’s never too early to teach your kids about energy efficiency, and we’re here to help. Below are a few educational activities you can try with your kids this summer. Take a “Field Trip”  Walk around your house with your child and pinpoint opportunities to save energy. Unplug appliances that can save power, such as …

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Storeroom Attendant/National Guardsman Helps Fight COVID-19

Derek Goodburn works in the storeroom providing materials and equipment for AEP Ohio’s Columbus District. He’s also a traditional Guardsman serving part-time with the U.S. National Guard. So when Gov. Mike DeWine deployed these citizen soldiers to provide support in combatting the pandemic, Goodburn began a leave of absence with AEP and faithfully assumed his …

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Lineman Donates Bone Marrow to 11-Year-Old

Before he was an AEP Ohio lineworker, Cody Grilliot was a linebacker on the Ohio University football team. During his time there, one of his coaches – who had leukemia – gave a speech about the lifesaving potential of joining the Gift of Life bone marrow and stem cell registry. So Grilliot filled out some …

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