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How AEP Ohio Employees Rescued JuJu the Kitten

Arriving to work at the Canton General Service Center and approaching his company vehicle, AEP Ohio Meter Electrician-C Ian Myers found an unusual bright orange note on the window: “Please check engine compartment and wheel wells prior to starting truck. I spotted a kitten jumping in and out!”

Arriving to work at the Canton General Service Center and approaching his company vehicle, AEP Ohio Meter Electrician-C Ian Myers found an unusual bright orange note on the window: “Please check engine compartment and wheel wells prior to starting truck. I spotted a kitten jumping in and out!”

Line Mechanic Donates Bone Marrow to 11-Year-Old

Cody Grilliot matches with boy battling blood cancer

Cody Grilliot matches with boy battling blood cancer

AEP Renewables Gives Back to Communities During the Pandemic

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact communities nationwide, AEP Renewables is lending a hand to nonprofits serving those in need with the help of six grants from the AEP Foundation.

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact communities nationwide, AEP Renewables is lending a hand to nonprofits serving those in need with the help of six grants from the AEP Foundation.

Couple Finds Unique Way to Join the COVID-19 Battle

When the COVID-19 outbreak started to make headlines, Appalachian Power husband and wife, Brian and Penny Myers, decided that they wanted to help.

When the COVID-19 outbreak started to make headlines, Appalachian Power husband and wife, Brian and Penny Myers, decided that they wanted to help.

Planting for Pollinators

With 40,000 miles of transmission lines and a service territory of 200,000 square miles in 11 states, American Electric Power has a lot of neighbors, and they’re not always the human kind. By planting native seeds on some of this land, AEP is creating new homes for pollinators and other wildlife.

With 40,000 miles of transmission lines and a service territory of 200,000 square miles in 11 states, American Electric Power has a lot of neighbors, and they’re not always the human kind. By planting native seeds on some of this land, AEP is creating new homes for pollinators and other wildlife.

AEP Charge Making Face Shields to Assist Healthcare Workers

Charge, AEP’s digital hub that incubates and develops innovation projects, is helping medical professionals on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic. The group has refactored one of its labs to build 3D printed, transparent protective face shields that assist healthcare workers.

Charge, AEP’s digital hub that incubates and develops innovation projects, is helping medical professionals on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic. The group has refactored one of its labs to build 3D printed, transparent protective face shields that assist healthcare workers.

Site Selection Services Grow Communities

Long before site selection became an industry, AEP wrote the book on how to do it. “How to Find a Plant Site Without Losing Your Mind” came out in the 1960s. The guide formalized what we'd done behind the scenes for more than a century: work alongside our customers and state and local partners to attract and retain jobs and capital investment in our communities.

Long before site selection became an industry, AEP wrote the book on how to do it. “How to Find a Plant Site Without Losing Your Mind” came out in the 1960s. The guide formalized what we'd done behind the scenes for more than a century: work alongside our customers and state and local partners to attract and retain jobs and capital investment in our communities.

Transmission Employee’s Compelling Urge to ‘Turn Right’ Reunites Lost Toddler with Family

Quite often there’s nothing louder than the quiet inner voice that compels one to break routine. Rosie Palacios clearly heard it on an ordinary drive to the Lon Hill Service Center in Corpus Christi, and followed her instincts. And just the simple act of turning this way instead of that way, a zig instead of a zag, brought a cold, frightened little boy back to his family and gives us a great example of how American Electric Power employees weave Mutual Care into every aspect of their lives.

Quite often there’s nothing louder than the quiet inner voice that compels one to break routine. Rosie Palacios clearly heard it on an ordinary drive to the Lon Hill Service Center in Corpus Christi, and followed her instincts. And just the simple act of turning this way instead of that way, a zig instead of a zag, brought a cold, frightened little boy back to his family and gives us a great example of how American Electric Power employees weave Mutual Care into every aspect of their lives.

Kentucky Power Employee Comes to the Rescue

Marshall Ison, a Kentucky Power line servicer based in Whitesburg, helped two women in need recently while working in the field.

Marshall Ison, a Kentucky Power line servicer based in Whitesburg, helped two women in need recently while working in the field.

AEP Ohio Helps Kids Keep Warm in Columbus and Chillicothe

Too often children go without winter coats to keep them warm during the coldest months. That’s why AEP Ohio teamed up with local organizations in Columbus and Chillicothe to help provide hundreds of winter coats to children in need.

Too often children go without winter coats to keep them warm during the coldest months. That’s why AEP Ohio teamed up with local organizations in Columbus and Chillicothe to help provide hundreds of winter coats to children in need.

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