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AEP Ohio Encourages Customers to Prepare for the Unexpected

September is National Preparedness Month and AEP Ohio is encouraging its customers to stay ahead of the curve and follow these simple steps to keep safe.

September is National Preparedness Month and AEP Ohio is encouraging its customers to stay ahead of the curve and follow these simple steps to keep safe.


AEP Ohio Plans Electric Transmission Improvements in Adams, Scioto Counties

AEP Ohio officials plan to upgrade the electric transmission grid serving customers in Adams and Scioto counties.

AEP Ohio officials plan to upgrade the electric transmission grid serving customers in Adams and Scioto counties.


AEP Ohio Reminds Public to Always Call 811 Before Digging

AEP Ohio is using the date 8/11 as a way to remind the public to stay safe and call 811 before they dig to have underground utility lines marked. 

AEP Ohio is using the date 8/11 as a way to remind the public to stay safe and call 811 before they dig to have underground utility lines marked. 


AEP Ohio Branching Out to Help to Animals at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium & The Wilds Through “Trim to Treat” Partnership

AEP Ohio’s forestry work will serve a dual purpose by donating a portion of the trees they regularly trim to benefit the animals at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium and The Wilds through its new “Trim to Treat” partnership.

AEP Ohio’s forestry work will serve a dual purpose by donating a portion of the trees they regularly trim to benefit the animals at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium and The Wilds through its new “Trim to Treat” partnership.


AEP Ohio Adds Solar Powered Backup System to Athens Water Treatment Plant

AEP Ohio has completed construction of a solar powered backup power system, known as a microgrid, in an effort to provide more resilient electric service at the Athens Water Treatment Plant. 

AEP Ohio has completed construction of a solar powered backup power system, known as a microgrid, in an effort to provide more resilient electric service at the Athens Water Treatment Plant. 


Avoid a Summer Spike in Your Electric Bill with an AEP Ohio Payment Plan

Hot summer days can lead to big spikes in your electric bill. AEP Ohio is reminding customers of a better way to manage their payments.

Hot summer days can lead to big spikes in your electric bill. AEP Ohio is reminding customers of a better way to manage their payments.


AEP Ohio Names Marc Reitter President and Chief Operating Officer

AEP named Marc Reitter president and chief operating officer of AEP Ohio, effective August 1, 2021. Lisa Kelso will replace Reitter as AEP Ohio’s vice president of regulatory and finance.

AEP named Marc Reitter president and chief operating officer of AEP Ohio, effective August 1, 2021. Lisa Kelso will replace Reitter as AEP Ohio’s vice president of regulatory and finance.


AEP Ohio Schedules Virtual Open House to Discuss Transmission Improvements in Southeast Ohio

AEP Ohio officials plan to upgrade the electric transmission grid serving customers in Meigs County.

AEP Ohio officials plan to upgrade the electric transmission grid serving customers in Meigs County.


Wind Storm Update: 11 a.m. March 26

Damaging, gusting winds of up to more than 60 miles per hour blew through our service territory overnight into the morning. More than 44,000 customers were without power at the height of the windstorm around 7 a.m. 

Damaging, gusting winds of up to more than 60 miles per hour blew through our service territory overnight into the morning. More than 44,000 customers were without power at the height of the windstorm around 7 a.m. 


AEP Ohio Plans Electric Transmission Improvements in Northwest Ohio

MOUNT BLANCHARD, Ohio – AEP Ohio officials are planning to upgrade the electric transmission grid serving customers in Hardin, Hancock, Wyandot and Seneca counties.

MOUNT BLANCHARD, Ohio – AEP Ohio officials are planning to upgrade the electric transmission grid serving customers in Hardin, Hancock, Wyandot and Seneca counties.


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