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Line Mechanics Rescue Neighbor's Pup

See something, do something mentality of Appalachian Power employees saves dog from fire.

See something, do something mentality of Appalachian Power employees saves dog from fire.

AEP and Columbus Crew SC Team Up for New, Multi-year Partnership

AEP is an official "Founding Partner" of Columbus Crew SC and the New Crew Stadium, which is set to open in July of this year. 

AEP is an official "Founding Partner" of Columbus Crew SC and the New Crew Stadium, which is set to open in July of this year. 

Red Cross Uses AEP Foundation Grant to Support Flood Victims

In 2017, Kentucky Power and the AEP Foundation found another way to collaborate using a common vision—helping the people of our region. An AEP Foundation grant was used to purchase an Emergency Response Vehicle (ERV) to assist the American Red Cross when natural disasters hit eastern Kentucky. The ERV was put to work recently to assist those impacted by devastating flooding.

In 2017, Kentucky Power and the AEP Foundation found another way to collaborate using a common vision—helping the people of our region. An AEP Foundation grant was used to purchase an Emergency Response Vehicle (ERV) to assist the American Red Cross when natural disasters hit eastern Kentucky. The ERV was put to work recently to assist those impacted by devastating flooding.

AEP Recognized for Mutual Aid Response Efforts

When hurricanes and strong storms damage communities, it takes teamwork and coordination to get the lights back on for customers. AEP was recognized for lending a hand to other utility companies during storm restoration efforts this past year.

When hurricanes and strong storms damage communities, it takes teamwork and coordination to get the lights back on for customers. AEP was recognized for lending a hand to other utility companies during storm restoration efforts this past year.

APCo Employees Save Motorist from Burning Vehicle

Two Appalachian Power employees braved a burning car to save a man's life.

Two Appalachian Power employees braved a burning car to save a man's life.

AEP Renewables and Flat Ridge III Wind Supports Local Community

AEP Renewables is helping to make the holidays a little brighter for families in Kingman County, Kansas. AEP Renewables' commitment to the local community included contributions to the Pratt Toys for Tots and Kansas Food Bank.

AEP Renewables is helping to make the holidays a little brighter for families in Kingman County, Kansas. AEP Renewables' commitment to the local community included contributions to the Pratt Toys for Tots and Kansas Food Bank.

Pandemic Perseverance

The AEP volunteer spirit is alive and well, even in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. Employees from across the system applied for and received Making a Difference grants to support local nonprofit organizations in their communities.

The AEP volunteer spirit is alive and well, even in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. Employees from across the system applied for and received Making a Difference grants to support local nonprofit organizations in their communities.

Art on the Plaza Highlights Diversity, Inclusiveness

Indiana Michigan Power is contributing to the robust downtown Fort Wayne, Ind. art scene and demonstrating its support for an inclusive community by sponsoring an Art Activation and display on the Indiana Michigan Power Center Plaza.

Indiana Michigan Power is contributing to the robust downtown Fort Wayne, Ind. art scene and demonstrating its support for an inclusive community by sponsoring an Art Activation and display on the Indiana Michigan Power Center Plaza.

APCo Employees Build Fence for Local Boy

Appalachian Power employees in Kingsport, Tenn. teamed up to keep a boy safe.

Appalachian Power employees in Kingsport, Tenn. teamed up to keep a boy safe.

AEP Renewables Lends a Hand to Nonprofits in Nebraska

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, AEP Renewables, a subsidiary of American Electric Power, has gifted a total of $10,000 to three nonprofits in Nebraska serving communties near its Prairie Hills Wind project.

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, AEP Renewables, a subsidiary of American Electric Power, has gifted a total of $10,000 to three nonprofits in Nebraska serving communties near its Prairie Hills Wind project.

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