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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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How to Be More Energy Efficient this Winter

As the new year approaches, evaluate how your business can cut down on energy usage –– helping lower monthly bills, reduce emissions and eliminate waste.  Here’s five helpful tips to help jumpstart energy efficiency in the workplace in 2020.  Tip #1: Rely On Natural Light Sunlight is an energy efficient alternative that provides lighting similar …

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Set Your Energy Resolutions with Your Energy Advisor

Winter can bring unexpected surprises. But, don’t let it bring down your expectations for energy savings. This year, work with an AEP Ohio Energy Advisor to set your small business energy resolutions –– they can help keep you get out of the red when it comes to your energy usage. Here are a few of …

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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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Sean Dugan Didn’t See Evidence of a Pole Fire. But He Kept Looking.

On the night of Sept. 10, Columbus Line Crew Supervisor Sean Dugan responded to a report of a pole fire in Southeast Columbus. Any burning equipment would have been immediately visible in the darkness but, when Dugan arrived at the intersection, nothing was glowing. He took out his flashlight and began diligently inspecting the area …

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