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We know you depend on us for power, and we take that responsibility very seriously. Here are highlights of the work planned across your region in 2022. Below, you can also find a few key projects happening in Southern Ohio to help keep the power flowing to homes and businesses in your community.
Inspecting ~1,400k Miles of Electric Lines
Hazard Tree Removal From 64 Electrical Circuits
Replacing 421 Electric Poles
Upgrading Over 20 Miles of Electric Lines
Ongoing improvement and maintenance work continues as needed across the region. Check back for updates.
Chillicothe-Slate Mills Distribution Station
Crews will upgrade this facility, installing new lines, poles and other equipment. This work will help improve the reliability of electric service to customers in the area.
Peebles-Portsmouth Area Improvements
During this multi-year project, AEP Ohio will work with Buckeye Power Electric Cooperative to install a 24-mile electric transmission line between Peebles and Portsmouth. Improvements will also include the construction of two new electric distribution stations — one in Peebles and one in the McDermott area. These upgrades will provide an alternative electric source to the surrounding areas, providing better reliability and faster restoration in the event of power outage.
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