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Please Contact the PUCO about AEP Ohio’s Rate Plan

by on May 23, 2012

As you know, AEP faces serious issues in Ohio that will impact our company and the state of Ohio for years to come. I am asking for your help.

AEP Ohio has committed to respond publicly to questions customers may have regarding the company’s Electric Security Plan (ESP) filing in front of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO). Earlier this month, AEP Ohio launched AEPOhioAnswers.com, a blog dedicated to educating the general public about AEP Ohio’s modified ESP and the transition to a competitive electric market.

You can help spread the word about this important company issue. Please share the blog and the video of AEP Ohio President Pablo Vegas explaining how AEP Ohio’s rate case will impact customers through your Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, and other social media accounts.

Here are examples of questions already submitted:

  • Why can another company offer me cheaper rates on AEP lines?
  • I’ve seen ads claiming AEP is trying to prevent us from shopping for lower rates. Is this true?
  • Who is AEP Retail? Are they a subsidiary of AEP Ohio?

 

Also, please send an e-mail from AEP’s advocacy website at www.capitolconnect.com/aep to the PUCO to show your support for a fair transition for AEP Ohio and fair competition that will offer reliable electric service at the lowest reasonable rates to Ohioans. Encourage your friends and family to do the same. The more information provided to our customers, the better understanding they will have regarding the facts of the cases before the PUCO.

Thank you for your support and your continued focus on safety.

Sincerely,
Nick Akins

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One Comment
  1. Ohio Power has some of the lowest rates in the state, compare them to Toledo Ohio. I think they have been given rate relief in the not to distant past. The Federal government is penalizing coal fired generating plants, guess what the rates will have to sky rocket then or the electric companies will go out of business. Maybe that is what you want so they can be taken over by the State or Federal governments, then we consumers will be in big trouble.
    Thank, Duane Trowbridge

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