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Vehicle Accidents Can Impact Your Power

When you think about what causes power outages, you’re probably most familiar with powerful storms and strong winds that bring down trees and power lines. And while you’d be correct, there’s another cause that may not seem as obvious: vehicle accidents.  So far this year, 434 vehicle accidents caused power outages across our service territory. …

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Summer Storms Can Happen in a Flash

Storms can form in a flash — it’s important to be prepared for what happens before, during and after severe weather hits. Keep reading to learn about how to best keep you and your loved ones safe. BEFORE THE STORM Prepping in advance helps ensure that you and your family will be ready. Take these steps …

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AEP Ohio’s Economic Development Success Continuing in 2023

Even though it’s only May, 2023 is stacking up to be another record-breaking year for our economic development. In only four months, we have worked with 20 businesses that are expected to bring over 860 megawatts of new capacity onto our system and create over 1,800 jobs. This early success is outpacing the 31 projects …

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Chillicothe Technicians Donate 30 Backpacks to Displaced Children

The customer design team in Chillicothe recently held an event with the Adams County Court House. The team worked with Judge Brett Spencer and his assistant, Veronica Grooms, to donate 30 backpacks that will be used by children removed from the care of abusive or neglectful parents. (Most of time, when children are placed in …

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Broken Poles Find New Life at Butterfly Garden

A broken pole has little value in the utility world. In another setting, that very same pole can mean the world. The Allen County Board of Developmental Disabilities (ACBDD), located in Lima, was the recipient of three of these soon-to-be-trashed treasures. The ACBDD specializes in providing service to local children and adults with developmental disabilities. …

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Planning Ahead for Upcoming Bill Changes

As we shared last month, many of you will see higher electric bills beginning in June due to rising generation supply prices. Customers who are part of a municipal aggregation, participate in the Percentage of Income Payment Plan (PIPP) or shop in their individual capacity will not see this same increase. We’ve heard your questions …

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