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AEP Ohio releases first Year-End Report

by on March 5, 2014

We are AEP OhioWe are proud to release AEP Ohio’s 2013 Year-End Report. The digital report highlights how we are working to keep the lights on across the state and more, while providing the best possible service to our customers.

Here are just a few facts:

  • Since 2009, we’ve invested more than $1.1 billion to keep our service territory shining brightly.
  • On average, customers experienced fewer outages during normal day-to-day operations in 2013 through equipment upgrades, and tree and vegetation removal.
  • 2013 marked the fifth year of programs that helped our customers reduce their energy bills, saving them more than $1 billion and more than 2.2 million MWh — that’s enough electricity to power every home in Chillicothe, Gahanna, Lima, Newark, Waverly, Wellston and Wooster for 10 years.
  • Also in 2013, working with communities and economic development allies, we helped 15 companies to expand or locate their business in our service territory, securing more than 1,100 jobs and providing $500 million in new investment to aid business location and expansion.

In the Year-End Report, hear from our President and Chief Operating Officer Pablo Vegas, and learn about our transition to a “wires-only” company and how we are proposing the best smart grid technologies to help customers gain control of energy use, save money and reduce consumption.

Also, find out how we’re powering local economies, recharging the communities where we live and serve, and working with our legislators and regulators. This is the first time we have issued a report of this kind to the people that matter most, our customers. Check us out and share your thoughts in the comments section below or catch us on Facebook at facebook.com/AEPOhio  or AEP Ohio’s Twitter weekdays between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.

In the words of Pablo Vegas: “All of us at AEP Ohio are proud of our work to provide efficient and reliable energy — we are committed to keeping Ohio shining brightly.”

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