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Smith, Vice President 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 NOL - DEFERRED TAX ASSET RECLASS 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMemberferc:ElectricPlantInServiceMember 2020-12-31 C001702 ScheduleTransmissionOfElectricityByIsoOrRtoAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 S3 Filing FeesAmortized through April 2024 2021-12-31 C001702 2020 PJM Transmission True-upAmortization Period 01/2022 - 12/2022 2020-12-31 C001702 , State Tax, VA, 2017 2021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember DFIT - State Net Operating Loss 2020-12-31 C001702 Increases (Decreases) in Other Paid-In Capital 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 , Property Tax, VA, 2021 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember PROVS POSS REV REFDS-A/L 2021-12-31 C001702 Increases (Decreases) Due to Miscellaneous Paid-In Capital 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember DSIT ENTRY - NORMALIZED 2021-12-31 C001702 , Franchise Tax, TN, 2019 2020-12-31 C001702 20210525-5244, 44341, ER17-406 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Other (provide details in footnote): 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember Deferred State Income Tax 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ScheduleEnergyStorageOperationsLargePlantsAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember DFIT - State Net Operating Loss 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Purchases/Transfers:ferc:NitrogenOxideMember 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember Transco Kingsport CI 2021-12-31 C001702 , Federal Tax, , 2021-12-31 C001702 SFAS 109 Deferred FIT 2020-12-31 C001702 , Franchise Tax, TN, 2018 2021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember , Property Tax, VA, 2021 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember 10% 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember Other 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 20211221-5278, 44551, ER17-406 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 2020 PJM Transmission True-upAmortization Period 01/2022 - 12/2022 2021-12-31 C001702 2020-12-31 C001702 Trustee Fees 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 2021-12-31 C001702 , Property Tax, TN, 2021 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember PROVS POSS REV REFDS-A/L 2020-12-31 C001702 , State Tax, VA, 2017 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 QUINWOOD - WV, Transmission, 2021-12-31 C001702 Notes Receivable from Associated Companies 2020-01-012020-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember 7% 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 TRANSMISSION 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 , Other License And Fees Tax, VA, 2017 2020-12-31 C001702 , State Tax, VA, 2019 2021-12-31 C001702 NAGEL - TN, Transmission, 2021-12-31 C001702 ferc:SalesAndUseTaxMember 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Depr Exp Deferral - VA 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember 2020-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember Excess ADFIT 2020-12-31 C001702 Increases (Decreases) from Gain or Resale or Cancellation of Reacquired Capital Stock 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Increases (Decreases) Due to Reductions in Par or Stated Value of Capital Stock 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 355 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Other 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember , Property Tax, TN, 2021 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 , Franchise Tax, TN, 2018 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Nothing to report, , 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ScheduleSalesForResaleAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Unamortized Credit Line FeesAmortized through March 2026 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:OtherUtilityMember Other (Specify) 2020-12-31 C001702 ferc:OtherUtilityMember Other - SFAS 109 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember Depr Exp Deferral - VA 2020-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember NET OPERATING LOSS AND TAX CREDIT CARRYFORWARDS 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 , State Tax, TN, 2017 2021-12-31 C001702 , State Tax, VA, 2017 2020-12-31 C001702 , Franchise Tax, TN, 2020 2020-12-31 C001702 0ferc:Quarter1Member 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ScheduleDistributionOfSalariesAndWagesAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Long Term Issuances Costs 2020-01-012020-12-31 C001702 SFAS 109 Deferred FIT 2020-12-31 C001702 ScheduleInvestmentsInSubsidiaryCompaniesAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 , State Tax, TN, 2021 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Transco Kingsport CI 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ScheduleMonthlyPeakAndOutputAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember Appalachian Transco Work 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 SchedulePumpedStorageGeneratingPlantStatisticsAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Capital Contributions from Parent 2020-01-012020-12-31 C001702 Other (provide details in footnote): 2020-01-012020-12-31 C001702 2020 PJM Transmission True-upAmortization Period 01/2022 - 12/2022 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 S3 Filing FeesAmortized through April 2024 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember , Property Tax, TN, 2020 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Unamortized Credit Line FeesAmortized through March 2026 2021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMemberferc:FranchiseTaxMember 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 358.16 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:PropertyTaxMember 2021-12-31 C001702 ferc:OtherLicenseAndFeesTaxMember 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 David M. Feinberg, Vice President and Secretary 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 , State Tax, VA, 2021 2021-12-31 C001702 State DITC 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember ACCRD COMPANYWIDE INCENTV PLAN 2021-12-31 C001702 ScheduleGeneratingPlantStatisticsAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Note: Respondent does not have an Executive Committee 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 , Franchise Tax, TN, 2019 2021-12-31 C001702 ferc:FederalTaxMember 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:SalesAndUseTaxMember 2020-12-31 C001702 SFAS 109 Deferred FIT 2021-12-31 C001702 TOTAL TRANSMISSION 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 , Federal Tax, , 2020-12-31 C001702 Travel Expenses 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:OtherUtilityMember 2020-12-31 C001702 Valuation Allowance NOL 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 , State Tax, VA, 2021 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 , Other License And Fees Tax, VA, 2017 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Long Term Issuances Costs 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 , Other License And Fees Tax, VA, 2017 2021-12-31 C001702 , State Tax, VA, 2019 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Senior Notes, Series M, 3.65 2021-12-31 C001702 ferc:OperatingUtilityMember 2020-12-31 C001702 356.16 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 , State Tax, VA, 2020 2020-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember Valuation Allowance NOL 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 , Federal Tax, , 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Other Minor Projects Which is under 5% or $1,000,000 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 , State Tax, TN, 2017 2020-12-31 C001702 Julia A. Sloat, Chief Financial Officer and Vice President 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Senior Notes, Series K, 3.80% 2021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMemberferc:ElectricPlantInServiceMember 2021-12-31 C001702 , Sales And Use Tax, VA, 2021 2021-12-31 C001702 , Franchise Tax, TN, 2017 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember 3% 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Senior Notes, Series L, 3.15% 2021-12-31 C001702 ScheduleTransmissionServiceAndGenerationInterconnectionStudyCostsAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 , Property Tax, TN, 2021 2021-12-31 C001702 , Franchise Tax, TN, 2020 2021-12-31 C001702 ScheduleTransmissionOfElectricityByOthersAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember 2021-12-31 C001702 NERC Penalty 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 PROVS POSS REV REFDS-A/L 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:OtherUtilityOrNonutilityMember 0 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 TOTAL GENERAL PLANT 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 , State Tax, TN, 2018 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ScheduleCapitalStockExpenseAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:OtherUtilityMember Other (Specify) 2021-12-31 C001702 ScheduleElectricEnergyAccountAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember , Franchise Tax, TN, 2021 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Other (provide details in footnote): 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:SalesAndUseTaxMember 2021-12-31 C001702 , Franchise Tax, TN, 2017 2020-12-31 C001702 , Franchise Tax, TN, 2019 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember 30% 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember 2020-01-012020-12-31 C001702 0104 Riverport Extension, , 1, 1033.5 KCM ACSR 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:SulfurDioxideMember Allowances Used 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Excess ADFIT 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 SchedulePurchasedPowerAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Senior Notes, Series J, 4.25% 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Other Debit or Cr. Items (Describe, details in footnote): 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ScheduleUnrecoveredPlantAndRegulatoryStudyCostsAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember NOL - DEFERRED TAX ASSET RECLASS 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember Other Minor Projects Which is under 5% or $1,000,000 2021-12-31 C001702 , Sales And Use Tax, VA, 2020 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:Quarter4Member 0 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 2020-01-012020-12-31 C001702 , State Tax, TN, 2018 2020-12-31 C001702 ferc:OperatingUtilityMember 2021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember NET OPERATING LOSS AND TAX CREDIT CARRYFORWARDS 2021-12-31 C001702 350.1 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember Deferred State Income Tax 2021-12-31 C001702 , State Tax, TN, 2019 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 , State Tax, TN, 2020 2021-12-31 C001702 ScheduleAllowanceInventoryAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 , Property Tax, TN, 2020 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Notes Payable to Associated Companies - Issued 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember , Federal Tax, , 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Billing and Deferred Projects 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 GENERAL PLANT 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 0, 0 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 4% 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Construction Services, AEPSC 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ScheduleElectricPlantHeldForFutureUseAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember Depr Exp Deferral - VA 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Unamortized Credit Line FeesAmortized through March 2026 2020-12-31 C001702 , State Tax, TN, 2017 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:OperatingUtilityMember 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 transmission line, Total shown in Column J-P, , 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 0, 0 2021-12-31 C001702 352 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Notes Payable to Associated Companies - Retired 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:OtherUtilityMember 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Notes Receivable from Associated Companies 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 , Sales And Use Tax, VA, 2020 2020-12-31 C001702 Senior Notes, Series L, 3.15% 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 , State Tax, TN, 2019 2021-12-31 C001702 ScheduleHydroelectricGeneratingPlantStatisticsAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Purchases/Transfers:ferc:SulfurDioxideMember 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 , State Tax, TN, 2018 2021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember , State Tax, VA, 2021 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:FranchiseTaxMember 2021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember DSIT ENTRY - NORMALIZED 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Other (provide details in footnote): 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 NAGEL - TN, Transmission, 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ACCRD COMPANYWIDE INCENTV PLAN 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 356 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 , State Tax, TN, 2020 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 , Franchise Tax, TN, 2021 2021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember Appalachian Transco Work 2021-12-31 C001702 353 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember PROVS POSS REV REFDS-A/L 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 , Franchise Tax, TN, 2021 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Use of Jointly Owned Facility, APCo 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 0 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Senior Notes, Series M, 3.65 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMemberferc:StateTaxMember 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:NitrogenOxideMember Allowances Used 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMemberferc:PropertyTaxMember 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ScheduleMonthlyTransmissionSystemPeakLoadAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Nicholas K. Akins, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:PropertyTaxMember 2020-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember DFIT - State Net Operating Loss 2021-12-31 C001702 Other (provide details in footnote): 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMemberferc:GeneralPlantMember 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ScheduleCapitalStockAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMemberferc:TransmissionPlantMember 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ScheduleSalesOfElectricityByRateSchedulesAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:NonUtilityMember Other 2021-12-31 C001702 , State Tax, VA, 2019 2020-12-31 C001702 Billing and Deferred Projects 2021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember ACCRD COMPANYWIDE INCENTV PLAN 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 , Property Tax, TN, 2020 2020-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember Excess ADFIT 2021-12-31 C001702 DSIT ENTRY - NORMALIZED 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 SchedulePurchasesSalesOfAncillaryServicesAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:StateTaxMember 2021-12-31 C001702 10% 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember 4% 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Minor Items < $25,000 2021-12-31 C001702 Scott P. Moore, Vice President 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Other Accounts (Specify, details in footnote): 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember , Franchise Tax, TN, 2020 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ScheduleAccumulatedDeferredIncomeTaxesAcceleratedAmortizationPropertyAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Miscellaneous Expenses 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 S3 Filing FeesAmortized through April 2024 2020-12-31 C001702 0, 0 2021-12-31 C001702 Senior Notes, Series J, 4.25% 2021-12-31 C001702 , State Tax, TN, 2019 2020-12-31 C001702 , Franchise Tax, TN, 2018 2020-12-31 C001702 B: Electric, R, D & D Performed External, 1 item under $50,000 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 30% 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMemberferc:FederalTaxMember 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 0 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 0 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ScheduleAccumulatedDeferredInvestmentTaxCreditsAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Not Applicable 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 DEPRECIABLE SUM 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ScheduleMonthlyIsoOrRtoTransmissionSystemPeakLoadAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Mark C. McCullough, President and Chief Operating Officer 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Toby L. Thomas, President and Chief Operating Officer 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:FederalTaxMember 2020-12-31 C001702 ScheduleAmountsIncludedInIsoOrRtoSettlementAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 B(1): Research Support, 6 items under $50,000 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 , State Tax, VA, 2020 2021-12-31 C001702 QUINWOOD - WV, Transmission, 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Corporate Memberships 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Transmission Expenses - Operation, AEPSC 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:NonUtilityMember Other 2020-12-31 C001702 ScheduleNuclearFuelMaterialsAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 A(6) Other, 2 items under $50,000 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember , State Tax, TN, 2021 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 , Franchise Tax, TN, 2017 2021-12-31 C001702 ferc:OtherLicenseAndFeesTaxMember 2021-12-31 C001702 Deferred State Income Tax 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 , State Tax, TN, 2021 2021-12-31 C001702 ferc:OtherUtilityMember 2021-12-31 C001702 ScheduleCorporationsControlledByRespondentAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 FERC OATT - PJM Interconnection LLC - Attachment H-20, ER17-406 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ScheduleElectricPropertyLeasedToOthersAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember DSIT ENTRY - NORMALIZED 2020-12-31 C001702 NERC Penalty 2021-12-31 C001702 ScheduleRegionalTransmissionServiceRevenuesAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:OtherLicenseAndFeesTaxMember 2020-12-31 C001702 , State Tax, VA, 2020 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 397 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ScheduleExtraordinaryPropertyLossesAbstract 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Amortization of 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 SFAS 109 Deferred FIT 2021-12-31 C001702 ferc:PropertyTaxMember 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:StateTaxMember 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember Deferred State Income Tax 2020-12-31 C001702 Line cost and expense are, not available by individual, , 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMember 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Capital Contributions from Parent 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 7% 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:FranchiseTaxMember 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 20211101-5316, 44501, ER17-406 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:Quarter2Member 0 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 NET OPERATING LOSS AND TAX CREDIT CARRYFORWARDS 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 ferc:ElectricUtilityMemberferc:IntangiblePlantMember 2021-01-012021-12-31 C001702 Other Accounts (Specify, provide details in footnote): 2021-01-012021-12-31 xbrli:pure utr:MVA utr:MW utr:mi xbrli:pure utr:mi utr:MWh iso4217:USD utr:kWh utr:kV utr:kWh iso4217:USD
THIS FILING IS
Item 1:
An Initial (Original) Submission
OR
Resubmission No.

FERC FINANCIAL REPORT
FERC FORM No. 1: Annual Report of
Major Electric Utilities, Licensees
and Others and Supplemental
Form 3-Q: Quarterly Financial Report

These reports are mandatory under the Federal Power Act, Sections 3, 4(a), 304 and 309, and 18 CFR 141.1 and 141.400. Failure to report may result in criminal fines, civil penalties and other sanctions as provided by law. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission does not consider these reports to be of confidential nature
Exact Legal Name of Respondent (Company)

AEP Appalachian Transmission Company, Inc.
Year/Period of Report

End of:
2021
/
Q4


INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILING FERC FORM NOS. 1 and 3-Q

GENERAL INFORMATION

  1. Purpose

    FERC Form No. 1 (FERC Form 1) is an annual regulatory requirement for Major electric utilities, licensees and others (18 C.F.R. § 141.1). FERC Form No. 3-Q ( FERC Form 3-Q) is a quarterly regulatory requirement which supplements the annual financial reporting requirement (18 C.F.R. § 141.400). These reports are designed to collect financial and operational information from electric utilities, licensees and others subject to the jurisdiction of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. These reports are also considered to be non-confidential public use forms.
  2. Who Must Submit

    Each Major electric utility, licensee, or other, as classified in the Commission’s Uniform System of Accounts Prescribed for Public Utilities, Licensees, and Others Subject To the Provisions of The Federal Power Act (18 C.F.R. Part 101), must submit FERC Form 1 (18 C.F.R. § 141.1), and FERC Form 3-Q (18 C.F.R. § 141.400).

    Note: Major means having, in each of the three previous calendar years, sales or transmission service that exceeds one of the following:
    1. one million megawatt hours of total annual sales,
    2. 100 megawatt hours of annual sales for resale,
    3. 500 megawatt hours of annual power exchanges delivered, or
    4. 500 megawatt hours of annual wheeling for others (deliveries plus losses).
  3. What and Where to Submit

    1. Submit FERC Form Nos. 1 and 3-Q electronically through the eCollection portal at https://eCollection.ferc.gov, and according to the specifications in the Form 1 and 3-Q taxonomies.
    2. The Corporate Officer Certification must be submitted electronically as part of the FERC Forms 1 and 3-Q filings.
    3. Submit immediately upon publication, by either eFiling or mail, two (2) copies to the Secretary of the Commission, the latest Annual Report to Stockholders. Unless eFiling the Annual Report to Stockholders, mail the stockholders report to the Secretary of the Commission at:
      Secretary
      Federal Energy Regulatory Commission 888 First Street, NE
      Washington, DC 20426
    4. For the CPA Certification Statement, submit within 30 days after filing the FERC Form 1, a letter or report (not applicable to filers classified as Class C or Class D prior to January 1, 1984). The CPA Certification Statement can be either eFiled or mailed to the Secretary of the Commission at the address above.

      The CPA Certification Statement should:
      1. Attest to the conformity, in all material aspects, of the below listed (schedules and pages) with the Commission's applicable Uniform System of Accounts (including applicable notes relating thereto and the Chief Accountant's published accounting releases), and
      2. Be signed by independent certified public accountants or an independent licensed public accountant certified or licensed by a regulatory authority of a State or other political subdivision of the U. S. (See 18 C.F.R. §§ 41.10-41.12 for specific qualifications.)

        Schedules
        Pages
        Comparative Balance Sheet 110-113
        Statement of Income 114-117
        Statement of Retained Earnings 118-119
        Statement of Cash Flows 120-121
        Notes to Financial Statements 122-123
    5. The following format must be used for the CPA Certification Statement unless unusual circumstances or conditions, explained in the letter or report, demand that it be varied. Insert parenthetical phrases only when exceptions are reported.

      “In connection with our regular examination of the financial statements of [COMPANY NAME] for the year ended on which we have reported separately under date of [DATE], we have also reviewed schedules [NAME OF SCHEDULES] of FERC Form No. 1 for the year filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, for conformity in all material respects with the requirements of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission as set forth in its applicable Uniform System of Accounts and published accounting releases. Our review for this purpose included such tests of the accounting records and such other auditing procedures as we considered necessary in the circumstances.

      Based on our review, in our opinion the accompanying schedules identified in the preceding paragraph (except as noted below) conform in all material respects with the accounting requirements of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission as set forth in its applicable Uniform System of Accounts and published accounting releases.” The letter or report must state which, if any, of the pages above do not conform to the Commission’s requirements. Describe the discrepancies that exist.
    6. Filers are encouraged to file their Annual Report to Stockholders, and the CPA Certification Statement using eFiling. Further instructions are found on the Commission’s website at https://www.ferc.gov/ferc-online/ferc-online/frequently-asked-questions-faqs-efilingferc-online.
    7. Federal, State, and Local Governments and other authorized users may obtain additional blank copies of FERC Form 1 and 3-Q free of charge from https://www.ferc.gov/general-information-0/electric-industry-forms.
  4. When to Submit

    FERC Forms 1 and 3-Q must be filed by the following schedule:

    1. FERC Form 1 for each year ending December 31 must be filed by April 18th of the following year (18 CFR § 141.1), and
    2. FERC Form 3-Q for each calendar quarter must be filed within 60 days after the reporting quarter (18 C.F.R. § 141.400).
  5. Where to Send Comments on Public Reporting Burden.

    The public reporting burden for the FERC Form 1 collection of information is estimated to average 1,168 hours per response, including the time for reviewing instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering and maintaining the data-needed, and completing and reviewing the collection of information. The public reporting burden for the FERC Form 3-Q collection of information is estimated to average 168 hours per response.

    Send comments regarding these burden estimates or any aspect of these collections of information, including suggestions for reducing burden, to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, 888 First Street NE, Washington, DC 20426 (Attention: Information Clearance Officer); and to the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, Office of Management and Budget, Washington, DC 20503 (Attention: Desk Officer for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission). No person shall be subject to any penalty if any collection of information does not display a valid control number (44 U.S.C. § 3512 (a)).

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Prepare this report in conformity with the Uniform System of Accounts (18 CFR Part 101) (USofA). Interpret all accounting words and phrases in accordance with the USofA.
  2. Enter in whole numbers (dollars or MWH) only, except where otherwise noted. (Enter cents for averages and figures per unit where cents are important. The truncating of cents is allowed except on the four basic financial statements where rounding is required.) The amounts shown on all supporting pages must agree with the amounts entered on the statements that they support. When applying thresholds to determine significance for reporting purposes, use for balance sheet accounts the balances at the end of the current reporting period, and use for statement of income accounts the current year's year to date amounts.
  3. Complete each question fully and accurately, even if it has been answered in a previous report. Enter the word "None" where it truly and completely states the fact.
  4. For any page(s) that is not applicable to the respondent, omit the page(s) and enter "NA," "NONE," or "Not Applicable" in column (d) on the List of Schedules, pages 2 and 3.
  5. Enter the month, day, and year for all dates. Use customary abbreviations. The "Date of Report" included in the header of each page is to be completed only for resubmissions (see VII. below).
  6. Generally, except for certain schedules, all numbers, whether they are expected to be debits or credits, must be reported as positive. Numbers having a sign that is different from the expected sign must be reported by enclosing the numbers in parentheses.
  7. For any resubmissions, please explain the reason for the resubmission in a footnote to the data field.
  8. Do not make references to reports of previous periods/years or to other reports in lieu of required entries, except as specifically authorized.
  9. Wherever (schedule) pages refer to figures from a previous period/year, the figures reported must be based upon those shown by the report of the previous period/year, or an appropriate explanation given as to why the different figures were used.
  10. Schedule specific instructions are found in the applicable taxonomy and on the applicable blank rendered form.
Definitions for statistical classifications used for completing schedules for transmission system reporting are as follows:

FNS - Firm Network Transmission Service for Self. "Firm" means service that can not be interrupted for economic reasons and is intended to remain reliable even under adverse conditions. "Network Service" is Network Transmission Service as described in Order No. 888 and the Open Access Transmission Tariff. "Self" means the respondent.

FNO - Firm Network Service for Others. "Firm" means that service cannot be interrupted for economic reasons and is intended to remain reliable even under adverse conditions. "Network Service" is Network Transmission Service as described in Order No. 888 and the Open Access Transmission Tariff.

LFP - for Long-Term Firm Point-to-Point Transmission Reservations. "Long-Term" means one year or longer and” firm" means that service cannot be interrupted for economic reasons and is intended to remain reliable even under adverse conditions. "Point-to-Point Transmission Reservations" are described in Order No. 888 and the Open Access Transmission Tariff. For all transactions identified as LFP, provide in a footnote the termination date of the contract defined as the earliest date either buyer or seller can unilaterally cancel the contract.

OLF - Other Long-Term Firm Transmission Service. Report service provided under contracts which do not conform to the terms of the Open Access Transmission Tariff. "Long-Term" means one year or longer and “firm” means that service cannot be interrupted for economic reasons and is intended to remain reliable even under adverse conditions. For all transactions identified as OLF, provide in a footnote the termination date of the contract defined as the earliest date either buyer or seller can unilaterally get out of the contract.

SFP - Short-Term Firm Point-to-Point Transmission Reservations. Use this classification for all firm point-to-point transmission reservations, where the duration of each period of reservation is less than one-year.

NF - Non-Firm Transmission Service, where firm means that service cannot be interrupted for economic reasons and is intended to remain reliable even under adverse conditions.

OS - Other Transmission Service. Use this classification only for those services which can not be placed in the above-mentioned classifications, such as all other service regardless of the length of the contract and service FERC Form. Describe the type of service in a footnote for each entry.

AD - Out-of-Period Adjustments. Use this code for any accounting adjustments or "true-ups" for service provided in prior reporting periods. Provide an explanation in a footnote for each adjustment.

DEFINITIONS
  1. Commission Authorization (Comm. Auth.) -- The authorization of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, or any other Commission. Name the commission whose authorization was obtained and give date of the authorization.
  2. Respondent -- The person, corporation, licensee, agency, authority, or other Legal entity or instrumentality in whose behalf the report is made.

EXCERPTS FROM THE LAW

Federal Power Act, 16 U.S.C. § 791a-825r

Sec. 3. The words defined in this section shall have the following meanings for purposes of this Act, to with:

  1. ’Corporation' means any corporation, joint-stock company, partnership, association, business trust, organized group of persons, whether incorporated or not, or a receiver or receivers, trustee or trustees of any of the foregoing. It shall not include 'municipalities, as hereinafter defined;
  2. 'Person' means an individual or a corporation;
  3. 'Licensee, means any person, State, or municipality Licensed under the provisions of section 4 of this Act, and any assignee or successor in interest thereof;
  1. 'municipality means a city, county, irrigation district, drainage district, or other political subdivision or agency of a State competent under the Laws thereof to carry and the business of developing, transmitting, unitizing, or distributing power; ......
  1. "project' means. a complete unit of improvement or development, consisting of a power house, all water conduits, all dams and appurtenant works and structures (including navigation structures) which are a part of said unit, and all storage, diverting, or fore bay reservoirs directly connected therewith, the primary line or lines transmitting power there from to the point of junction with the distribution system or with the interconnected primary transmission system, all miscellaneous structures used and useful in connection with said unit or any part thereof, and all water rights, rights-of-way, ditches, dams, reservoirs, Lands, or interest in Lands the use and occupancy of which are necessary or appropriate in the maintenance and operation of such unit;

"Sec. 4. The Commission is hereby authorized and empowered
  1. 'To make investigations and to collect and record data concerning the utilization of the water 'resources of any region to be developed, the water-power industry and its relation to other industries and to interstate or foreign commerce, and concerning the location, capacity, development costs, and relation to markets of power sites; ... to the extent the Commission may deem necessary or useful for the purposes of this Act."

"Sec. 304.
  1. Every Licensee and every public utility shall file with the Commission such annual and other periodic or special* reports as the Commission may by rules and regulations or other prescribe as necessary or appropriate to assist the Commission in the proper administration of this Act. The Commission may prescribe the manner and FERC Form in which such reports shall be made, and require from such persons specific answers to all questions upon which the Commission may need information. The Commission may require that such reports shall include, among other things, full information as to assets and Liabilities, capitalization, net investment, and reduction thereof, gross receipts, interest due and paid, depreciation, and other reserves, cost of project and other facilities, cost of maintenance and operation of the project and other facilities, cost of renewals and replacement of the project works and other facilities, depreciation, generation, transmission, distribution, delivery, use, and sale of electric energy. The Commission may require any such person to make adequate provision for currently determining such costs and other facts. Such reports shall be made under oath unless the Commission otherwise specifies*.10
"Sec. 309.
  1. The Commission shall have power to perform any and all acts, and to prescribe, issue, make, and rescind such orders, rules and regulations as it may find necessary or appropriate to carry out the provisions of this Act. Among other things, such rules and regulations may define accounting, technical, and trade terms used in this Act; and may prescribe the FERC Form or FERC Forms of all statements, declarations, applications, and reports to be filed with the Commission, the information which they shall contain, and the time within which they shall be field..."

GENERAL PENALTIES

The Commission may assess up to $1 million per day per violation of its rules and regulations. See FPA § 316(a) (2005), 16 U.S.C. § 825o(a).


FERC FORM NO.
1

REPORT OF MAJOR ELECTRIC UTILITIES, LICENSEES AND OTHER
IDENTIFICATION
01 Exact Legal Name of Respondent

AEP Appalachian Transmission Company, Inc.
02 Year/ Period of Report


End of:
2021
/
Q4
03 Previous Name and Date of Change (If name changed during year)

/
04 Address of Principal Office at End of Period (Street, City, State, Zip Code)

1 Riverside Plaza, Columbus, Ohio 43215-2373
05 Name of Contact Person

Jason M. Johnson
06 Title of Contact Person

Accountant
07 Address of Contact Person (Street, City, State, Zip Code)

AEP Service Corporation, 1 Riverside Plaza, Columbus, Ohio 43215-2373
08 Telephone of Contact Person, Including Area Code

(614) 716-1000
09 This Report is An Original / A Resubmission

(1)
An Original

(2)
A Resubmission
10 Date of Report (Mo, Da, Yr)

05/19/2022
Annual Corporate Officer Certification
The undersigned officer certifies that:

I have examined this report and to the best of my knowledge, information, and belief all statements of fact contained in this report are correct statements of the business affairs of the respondent and the financial statements, and other financial information contained in this report, conform in all material respects to the Uniform System of Accounts.

01 Name

Jeffrey W. Hoersdig
02 Title

Assistant Controller
03 Signature

Jeffrey W. Hoersdig
04 Date Signed (Mo, Da, Yr)

05/19/2022
Title 18, U.S.C. 1001 makes it a crime for any person to knowingly and willingly to make to any Agency or Department of the United States any false, fictitious or fraudulent statements as to any matter within its jurisdiction.


Name of Respondent:

AEP Appalachian Transmission Company, Inc.
This report is:

(1)
An Original

(2)
A Resubmission
Date of Report:

05/19/2022
Year/Period of Report

End of:
2021
/
Q4
LIST OF SCHEDULES (Electric Utility)

Enter in column (c) the terms "none," "not applicable," or "NA," as appropriate, where no information or amounts have been reported for certain pages. Omit pages where the respondents are "none," "not applicable," or "NA".

Line No.
Title of Schedule
(a)
Reference Page No.
(b)
Remarks
(c)
ScheduleIdentificationAbstract
Identification
1
ScheduleListOfSchedulesAbstract
List of Schedules
2
1
ScheduleGeneralInformationAbstract
General Information
101
2
ScheduleControlOverRespondentAbstract
Control Over Respondent
102
3
ScheduleCorporationsControlledByRespondentAbstract
Corporations Controlled by Respondent
103
N/A
4
ScheduleOfficersAbstract
Officers
104
5
ScheduleDirectorsAbstract
Directors
105
6
ScheduleInformationOnFormulaRatesAbstract
Information on Formula Rates
106
7
ScheduleImportantChangesDuringTheQuarterYearAbstract
Important Changes During the Year
108
8
ScheduleComparativeBalanceSheetAbstract
Comparative Balance Sheet
110
9
ScheduleStatementOfIncomeAbstract
Statement of Income for the Year
114
10
ScheduleRetainedEarningsAbstract
Statement of Retained Earnings for the Year
118
12
ScheduleStatementOfCashFlowsAbstract
Statement of Cash Flows
120
12
ScheduleNotesToFinancialStatementsAbstract
Notes to Financial Statements
122
13
ScheduleStatementOfAccumulatedOtherComprehensiveIncomeAndHedgingActivitiesAbstract
Statement of Accum Other Comp Income, Comp Income, and Hedging Activities
122a
14
ScheduleSummaryOfUtilityPlantAndAccumulatedProvisionsForDepreciationAmortizationAndDepletionAbstract
Summary of Utility Plant & Accumulated Provisions for Dep, Amort & Dep
200
15
ScheduleNuclearFuelMaterialsAbstract
Nuclear Fuel Materials
202
N/A
16
ScheduleElectricPlantInServiceAbstract
Electric Plant in Service
204
17
ScheduleElectricPropertyLeasedToOthersAbstract
Electric Plant Leased to Others
213
N/A
18
ScheduleElectricPlantHeldForFutureUseAbstract
Electric Plant Held for Future Use
214
N/A
19
ScheduleConstructionWorkInProgressElectricAbstract
Construction Work in Progress-Electric
216
20
ScheduleAccumulatedProvisionForDepreciationOfElectricUtilityPlantAbstract
Accumulated Provision for Depreciation of Electric Utility Plant
219
21
ScheduleInvestmentsInSubsidiaryCompaniesAbstract
Investment of Subsidiary Companies
224
N/A
22
ScheduleMaterialsAndSuppliesAbstract
Materials and Supplies
227
23
ScheduleAllowanceInventoryAbstract
Allowances
228
N/A
24
ScheduleExtraordinaryPropertyLossesAbstract
Extraordinary Property Losses
230a
N/A
25
ScheduleUnrecoveredPlantAndRegulatoryStudyCostsAbstract
Unrecovered Plant and Regulatory Study Costs
230b
N/A
26
ScheduleTransmissionServiceAndGenerationInterconnectionStudyCostsAbstract
Transmission Service and Generation Interconnection Study Costs
231
N/A
27
ScheduleOtherRegulatoryAssetsAbstract
Other Regulatory Assets
232
28
ScheduleMiscellaneousDeferredDebitsAbstract
Miscellaneous Deferred Debits
233
29
ScheduleAccumulatedDeferredIncomeTaxesAbstract
Accumulated Deferred Income Taxes
234
30
ScheduleCapitalStockAbstract
Capital Stock
250
N/A
31
ScheduleOtherPaidInCapitalAbstract
Other Paid-in Capital
253
32
ScheduleCapitalStockExpenseAbstract
Capital Stock Expense
254b
N/A
33
ScheduleLongTermDebtAbstract
Long-Term Debt
256
34
ScheduleReconciliationOfReportedNetIncomeWithTaxableIncomeForFederalIncomeTaxesAbstract
Reconciliation of Reported Net Income with Taxable Inc for Fed Inc Tax
261
35
ScheduleTaxesAccruedPrepaidAndChargedDuringYearDistributionOfTaxesChargedAbstract
Taxes Accrued, Prepaid and Charged During the Year
262
36
ScheduleAccumulatedDeferredInvestmentTaxCreditsAbstract
Accumulated Deferred Investment Tax Credits
266
N/A
37
ScheduleOtherDeferredCreditsAbstract
Other Deferred Credits
269
38
ScheduleAccumulatedDeferredIncomeTaxesAcceleratedAmortizationPropertyAbstract
Accumulated Deferred Income Taxes-Accelerated Amortization Property
272
N/A
39
ScheduleAccumulatedDeferredIncomeTaxesOtherPropertyAbstract
Accumulated Deferred Income Taxes-Other Property
274
40
ScheduleAccumulatedDeferredIncomeTaxesOtherAbstract
Accumulated Deferred Income Taxes-Other
276
41
ScheduleOtherRegulatoryLiabilitiesAbstract
Other Regulatory Liabilities
278
42
ScheduleElectricOperatingRevenuesAbstract
Electric Operating Revenues
300
43
ScheduleRegionalTransmissionServiceRevenuesAbstract
Regional Transmission Service Revenues (Account 457.1)
302
N/A
44
ScheduleSalesOfElectricityByRateSchedulesAbstract
Sales of Electricity by Rate Schedules
304
N/A
45
ScheduleSalesForResaleAbstract
Sales for Resale
310
N/A
46
ScheduleElectricOperationsAndMaintenanceExpensesAbstract
Electric Operation and Maintenance Expenses
320
47
SchedulePurchasedPowerAbstract
Purchased Power
326
N/A
48
ScheduleTransmissionOfElectricityForOthersAbstract
Transmission of Electricity for Others
328
49
ScheduleTransmissionOfElectricityByIsoOrRtoAbstract
Transmission of Electricity by ISO/RTOs
331
N/A
50
ScheduleTransmissionOfElectricityByOthersAbstract
Transmission of Electricity by Others
332
N/A
51
ScheduleMiscellaneousGeneralExpensesAbstract
Miscellaneous General Expenses-Electric
335
52
ScheduleDepreciationDepletionAndAmortizationAbstract
Depreciation and Amortization of Electric Plant (Account 403, 404, 405)
336
53
ScheduleRegulatoryCommissionExpensesAbstract
Regulatory Commission Expenses
350
54
ScheduleResearchDevelopmentOrDemonstrationExpendituresAbstract
Research, Development and Demonstration Activities
352
55
ScheduleDistributionOfSalariesAndWagesAbstract
Distribution of Salaries and Wages
354
N/A
56
ScheduleCommonUtilityPlantAndExpensesAbstract
Common Utility Plant and Expenses
356
N/A
57
ScheduleAmountsIncludedInIsoOrRtoSettlementAbstract
Amounts included in ISO/RTO Settlement Statements
397
N/A
58
SchedulePurchasesSalesOfAncillaryServicesAbstract
Purchase and Sale of Ancillary Services
398
N/A
59
ScheduleMonthlyTransmissionSystemPeakLoadAbstract
Monthly Transmission System Peak Load
400
N/A
60
ScheduleMonthlyIsoOrRtoTransmissionSystemPeakLoadAbstract
Monthly ISO/RTO Transmission System Peak Load
400a
N/A
61
ScheduleElectricEnergyAccountAbstract
Electric Energy Account
401a
N/A
62
ScheduleMonthlyPeakAndOutputAbstract
Monthly Peaks and Output
401b
N/A
63
ScheduleSteamElectricGeneratingPlantStatisticsAbstract
Steam Electric Generating Plant Statistics
402
N/A
64
ScheduleHydroelectricGeneratingPlantStatisticsAbstract
Hydroelectric Generating Plant Statistics
406
N/A
65
SchedulePumpedStorageGeneratingPlantStatisticsAbstract
Pumped Storage Generating Plant Statistics
408
N/A
66
ScheduleGeneratingPlantStatisticsAbstract
Generating Plant Statistics Pages
410
N/A
0
ScheduleEnergyStorageOperationsLargePlantsAbstract
Energy Storage Operations (Large Plants)
414
N/A
67
ScheduleTransmissionLineStatisticsAbstract
Transmission Line Statistics Pages
422
68
ScheduleTransmissionLinesAddedAbstract
Transmission Lines Added During Year
424
69
ScheduleSubstationsAbstract
Substations
426
70
ScheduleTransactionsWithAssociatedAffiliatedCompaniesAbstract
Transactions with Associated (Affiliated) Companies
429
71
FootnoteDataAbstract
Footnote Data
450
StockholdersReportsAbstract
Stockholders' Reports (check appropriate box)
Stockholders' Reports Check appropriate box:

Two copies will be submitted

No annual report to stockholders is prepared


Name of Respondent:

AEP Appalachian Transmission Company, Inc.
This report is:

(1)
An Original

(2)
A Resubmission
Date of Report:

05/19/2022
Year/Period of Report

End of:
2021
/
Q4
GENERAL INFORMATION
1. Provide name and title of officer having custody of the general corporate books of account and address of office where the general corporate books are kept, and address of office where any other corporate books of account are kept, if different from that where the general corporate books are kept.

Jeffrey W. Hoersdig

1 Riverside Plaza, Columbus, Ohio 43215-2373
2. Provide the name of the State under the laws of which respondent is incorporated, and date of incorporation. If incorporated under a special law, give reference to such law. If not incorporated, state that fact and give the type of organization and the date organized.

State of Incorporation:
VA

Date of Incorporation:
2009-10-02

Incorporated Under Special Law:

3. If at any time during the year the property of respondent was held by a receiver or trustee, give (a) name of receiver or trustee, (b) date such receiver or trustee took possession, (c) the authority by which the receivership or trusteeship was created, and (d) date when possession by receiver or trustee ceased.

(a) Name of Receiver or Trustee Holding Property of the Respondent:

(b) Date Receiver took Possession of Respondent Property:

(c) Authority by which the Receivership or Trusteeship was created:

(d) Date when possession by receiver or trustee ceased:
4. State the classes or utility and other services furnished by respondent during the year in each State in which the respondent operated.

Electric - VirginiaElectric - Tennessee
5. Have you engaged as the principal accountant to audit your financial statements an accountant who is not the principal accountant for your previous year's certified financial statements?
(1)
Yes

(2)
No


Name of Respondent:

AEP Appalachian Transmission Company, Inc.
This report is:

(1)
An Original

(2)
A Resubmission
Date of Report:

05/19/2022
Year/Period of Report

End of:
2021
/
Q4
CONTROL OVER RESPONDENT
1. If any corporation, business trust, or similar organization or a combination of such organizations jointly held control over the respondent at the end of the year, state name of controlling corporation or organization, manner in which control was held, and extent of control. If control was in a holding company organization, show the chain of ownership or control to the main parent company or organization. If control was held by a trustee(s), state name of trustee(s), name of beneficiary or beneficiaries for whom trust was maintained, and purpose of the trust.
AEP Transmission Company, LLC, controls 100% of the Respondent as of December 31, 2021. AEP Transmission Holding Company, LLC, controls 100% of AEP Transmission Company, LLC as of December 31, 2021. American Electric Power Company, Inc., a registered holding company, controls 100% of AEP Transmission Holding Company, LLC as of December 31, 2021.


Name of Respondent:

AEP Appalachian Transmission Company, Inc.
This report is:

(1)
An Original

(2)
A Resubmission
Date of Report:

05/19/2022
Year/Period of Report

End of:
2021
/
Q4
CORPORATIONS CONTROLLED BY RESPONDENT
  1. Report below the names of all corporations, business trusts, and similar organizations, controlled directly or indirectly by respondent at any time during the year. If control ceased prior to end of year, give particulars (details) in a footnote.
  2. If control was by other means than a direct holding of voting rights, state in a footnote the manner in which control was held, naming any intermediaries involved.
  3. If control was held jointly with one or more other interests, state the fact in a footnote and name the other interests.
Definitions
  1. See the Uniform System of Accounts for a definition of control.
  2. Direct control is that which is exercised without interposition of an intermediary.
  3. Indirect control is that which is exercised by the interposition of an intermediary which exercises direct control.
  4. Joint control is that in which neither interest can effectively control or direct action without the consent of the other, as where the voting control is equally divided between two holders, or each party holds a veto power over the other. Joint control may exist by mutual agreement or understanding between two or more parties who together have control within the meaning of the definition of control in the Uniform System of Accounts, regardless of the relative voting rights of each party.
Line No.
NameOfCompanyControlledByRespondent
Name of Company Controlled
(a)
CompanyControlledByRespondentKindOfBusinessDescription
Kind of Business
(b)
VotingStockOwnedByRespondentPercentage
Percent Voting Stock Owned
(c)
FootnoteReferences
Footnote Ref.
(d)
1
Not Applicable


Name of Respondent:

AEP Appalachian Transmission Company, Inc.
This report is:

(1)
An Original

(2)
A Resubmission
Date of Report:

05/19/2022
Year/Period of Report

End of:
2021
/
Q4
OFFICERS
  1. Report below the name, title and salary for each executive officer whose salary is $50,000 or more. An "executive officer" of a respondent includes its president, secretary, treasurer, and vice president in charge of a principal business unit, division or function (such as sales, administration or finance), and any other person who performs similar policy making functions.
  2. If a change was made during the year in the incumbent of any position, show name and total remuneration of the previous incumbent, and the date the change in incumbency was made.
Line No.
OfficerTitle
Title
(a)
OfficerName
Name of Officer
(b)
OfficerSalary
Salary for Year
(c)
DateOfficerIncumbencyStarted
Date Started in Period
(d)
DateOfficerIncumbencyEnded
Date Ended in Period
(e)
1
(a)
See Footnote


Name of Respondent:

AEP Appalachian Transmission Company, Inc.
This report is:

(1)
An Original

(2)
A Resubmission
Date of Report:

05/19/2022
Year/Period of Report

End of:
2021
/
Q4
FOOTNOTE DATA

(a) Concept: OfficerTitle
Summary Compensation Table
The following table provides summary information concerning compensation earned by our Chief Executive Officer, our Chief Financial Officer and the three other most highly compensated executive officers, to whom we refer collectively as the named executive officers.
Name and Principal
Position
Year
Salary ($)(1)
Bonus ($)
Stock Awards
($)(2)
Non-Equity
Incentive
Plan
Compensation
($)(3)
Change in
Pension Value
and Nonqualified
Deferred
Compensation
Earnings
($)(4)
All Other
Compensation
($)(5)
Total ($)
Nicholas K. Akins
Chair of the Board and Chief Executive Officer
2021
1,515,808
9,976,149
2,850,000
461,732
247,526
15,051,215
Julia A. Sloat
Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
2021
602,308
1,628,789
637,350
76,622
58,042
3,003,111
Lisa M. Barton
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
2021
803,077
2,443,104
890,000
165,173
88,143
4,389,497
David M. Feinberg
Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary
2021
696,669
1,527,000
690,000
93,625
98,652
3,105,946
Charles E. Zebula
Executive Vice President - Portfolio Optimization
2021
579,219
1,323,341
640,000
42,921
71,745
2,657,226
Brian X. Tierney
Former Executive Vice President - Strategy
2021
410,000
2,675,947
732,507
3,818,454
Mark C. McCullough
Former Executive Vice President - Energy Delivery
2021
322,327
1,823,341
1,115,159
3,260,827

a. Amounts in the salary column are composed of executive salaries earned for the year shown, which include 261 days of pay for 2021. This is one day more than the standard 260 calendar work days and holidays in a year.
b. The amounts reported in this column reflect the aggregate grant date fair value calculated in accordance with FASB ASC Topic 718 of the performance shares, restricted stock units (RSUs) and unrestricted shares granted under our Long-Term Incentive Plan. See Note 15 to the Consolidated Financial Statements included in our Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2021 for a discussion of the relevant assumptions used in calculating these amounts. The number of shares realized and the value of the performance shares, if any, will depend on the Company’s performance during a 3-year performance period. The potential payout can range from 0 percent to 200 percent of the target number of performance shares, plus any dividend equivalents. The value of the 2021 performance shares will be based on three measures: a Board approved cumulative operating earnings per share measure (Cumulative EPS 50%), a total shareholder return measure (Relative TSR 40%) and a carbon free capacity mix (Carbon Free Capacity 10%). The grant date fair value of the 2021 performance shares that are based on Cumulative EPS was computed in accordance with FASB ASC Topic 718 and was measured based on the closing price of AEP’s common stock on the grant date. The maximum amount payable for the 2021 performance shares that are based on Cumulative EPS measured on the grant date was $7,350,035 for
Mr. Akins; $1,200,060 for Ms. Sloat; $1,800,012 for Ms. Barton; $1,125,066 for Mr. Feinberg; $975,000 for Mr. Zebula; $1,500,036 for Mr. Tierney; and $975,000 for Mr. McCullough. The maximum amount payable for the 2021 performance shares that are based on Carbon Free Capacity is equal to $1,470,007 for Mr. Akins; $240,012 for Ms. Sloat; $360,002 for Ms. Barton; $225,013 for Mr. Feinberg; $195,000 for Mr. Zebula; $300,007 for Mr. Tierney; and $195,000 for Mr. McCullough. The grant date fair value of the 2021 performance shares that are based on Relative TSR is calculated using a Monte-Carlo model as of the date of grant, in accordance with FASB ASC Topic 718. Because the performance shares that are based on Relative TSR are subject to market conditions as defined under FASB ASC Topic 718, they did not have a maximum value on the grant date that differed from the grant date fair values presented in the table. Instead, the maximum value is factored into the calculation of the grant date fair value. The values realized from the 2019 performance shares are included in the Option Exercises and Stock Vested for 2021 table.
c. The amounts shown in this column reflect annual incentive compensation paid for the year shown.
a. The amounts shown in this column are attributable to the increase in the actuarial values of each of the named executive officer’s combined benefits under AEP’s qualified and non-qualified defined benefit pension plans determined using interest rate and mortality assumptions consistent with those used in the Company’s financial statements. Negative values of ($404,033) and ($269,258) for Messrs. Tierney and McCullough, respectfully, were replaced with $0 for the purposes of the Summary Compensation Table. These negative values were caused by their severance from the company during 2021, which resulted in the removal of projected benefits that would have been attributable to eligible earnings for future years under these plans. See the Pension Benefits for 2021 table and related footnotes for additional information. See Note 8 to the Consolidated Financial Statements included in our Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2021 for a discussion of the relevant assumptions. None of the named executive officers received preferential or above-market earnings on deferred compensation.
a. Amounts shown in the All Other Compensation column for 2021 include: (a) Company matching contributions to the Company’s Retirement Savings Plan, (b) Company matching contributions to the Company’s Supplemental Retirement Savings Plan, (c) perquisites, (d) vacation payout, and (e) severance benefits. The 2021 values for these items are listed in the following table:
Type
Nicholas K.
Akins
Julia A.
Sloat
Lisa M.
Barton
David M.
Feinberg
Charles E.
Zebula
Brian X. Tierney
Mark C. McCullough
Retirement Savings Plan Match
13,050
13,050
13,050
13,050
13,050
13,050
13,050
Supplemental Retirement Savings Plan Match
212,400
31,272
61,373
56,295
46,665
53,097
35,468
Perquisites
22,076
13,720
13,720
29,307
12,030
6,360
6,804
Vacation Payout
41,000
60,837
Severance
619,000
999,000
Total
$ 247,52
$ 58,04
$ 88,14
$ 98,65
$ 71,74
$ 732,50
$ 1,115,15
a. Ms. Sloat's compensation is provided only for the years in which she was an executive officer of the Company.

Perquisites provided in 2021 included: financial counseling and tax preparation services and, for Mr. Akins, director’s group travel accident insurance premium. Executive officers may also have the occasional personal use of event tickets when such tickets are not being used for business purposes; however, there is no associated incremental cost. From time-to-time executive officers may receive customary gifts from third parties that sponsor events (subject to our policies on conflicts of interest).

Mr. Akins has entered into an Aircraft Time Sharing Agreement that allows him to use our corporate aircraft for personal use for a limited number of hours each year. The Aircraft Time Sharing Agreement requires Mr. Akins to reimburse the Company for the cost of his personal use of corporate aircraft in accordance with limits set forth in Federal Aviation Administration regulations. Mr. Akins reimbursed the Company all incremental costs incurred in connection with personal flights under the Aircraft Timesharing Agreement including fuel, oil, hangar costs, crew travel expenses, catering, landing fees and other incremental airport fees. Accordingly, no value is shown for these amounts in the Summary Compensation Table. If the aircraft flies empty before picking up or after dropping off Mr. Akins at a destination on a personal flight, the cost of the empty flight is included in the incremental cost for which Mr. Akins reimburses the Company. Since AEP aircraft are used predominantly for
business purposes, we do not include fixed costs that do not change in amount based on usage, such as depreciation and pilot salaries.

Name of Respondent:

AEP Appalachian Transmission Company, Inc.
This report is:

(1)
An Original

(2)
A Resubmission
Date of Report:

05/19/2022
Year/Period of Report

End of:
2021
/
Q4
DIRECTORS
  1. Report below the information called for concerning each director of the respondent who held office at any time during the year. Include in column (a), name and abbreviated titles of the directors who are officers of the respondent.
  2. Provide the principle place of business in column (b), designate members of the Executive Committee in column (c), and the Chairman of the Executive Committee in column (d).
Line No.
NameAndTitleOfDirector
Name (and Title) of Director
(a)
PrincipalBusinessAddress
Principal Business Address
(b)
MemberOfTheExecutiveCommittee
Member of the Executive Committee
(c)
ChairmanOfTheExecutiveCommittee
Chairman of the Executive Committee
(d)
1
Nicholas K. Akins, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer
Columbus, Ohio
false
false
2
David M. Feinberg, Vice President and Secretary
Columbus, Ohio
false
false
3
(a)
Scott P. Moore, Vice President
Columbus, Ohio
false
false
4
(b)
Julia A. Sloat, Chief Financial Officer and Vice President
Columbus, Ohio
false
false
5
(c)
Toby L. Thomas, President and Chief Operating Officer
Columbus, Ohio
false
false
6
(d)
Mark C. McCullough, President and Chief Operating Officer
Columbus, Ohio
false
false
7
(e)
Wade A. Smith, Vice President
Columbus, Ohio
false
false
8
Note: Respondent does not have an Executive Committee


Name of Respondent:

AEP Appalachian Transmission Company, Inc.
This report is:

(1)
An Original

(2)
A Resubmission
Date of Report:

05/19/2022
Year/Period of Report

End of:
2021
/
Q4
FOOTNOTE DATA

(a) Concept: NameAndTitleOfDirector
Elected effective 5/2/2021
(b) Concept: NameAndTitleOfDirector
Elected effective 1/1/2021
(c) Concept: NameAndTitleOfDirector
Elected effective 7/31/2021
(d) Concept: NameAndTitleOfDirector
Resigned effective 7/30/2021
(e) Concept: NameAndTitleOfDirector
Resigned effective 5/1/2021

Name of Respondent:

AEP Appalachian Transmission Company, Inc.
This report is:

(1)
An Original

(2)
A Resubmission
Date of Report:

05/19/2022
Year/Period of Report

End of:
2021
/
Q4
INFORMATION ON FORMULA RATES
Does the respondent have formula rates?
Yes

No
  1. Please list the Commission accepted formula rates including FERC Rate Schedule or Tariff Number and FERC proceeding (i.e. Docket No) accepting the rate(s) or changes in the accepted rate.
Line No.
RateScheduleTariffNumber
FERC Rate Schedule or Tariff Number
(a)
ProceedingDocketNumber
FERC Proceeding
(b)
1
FERC OATT - PJM Interconnection LLC - Attachment H-20
ER17-406


Name of Respondent:

AEP Appalachian Transmission Company, Inc.
This report is:

(1)
An Original

(2)
A Resubmission
Date of Report:

05/19/2022
Year/Period of Report

End of:
2021
/
Q4
INFORMATION ON FORMULA RATES - FERC Rate Schedule/Tariff Number FERC Proceeding
Does the respondent file with the Commission annual (or more frequent) filings containing the inputs to the formula rate(s)?
Yes

No
  1. If yes, provide a listing of such filings as contained on the Commission's eLibrary website.
Line No.
AccessionNumber
Accession No.
(a)
DocumentDate
Document Date / Filed Date
(b)
DocketNumber
Docket No.
(c)
DescriptionOfFiling
Description
(d)
RateScheduleTariffNumber
Formula Rate FERC Rate Schedule Number or Tariff Number
(e)
1
05/25/2021
ER17-406
AEP PJM OATT Annual Formula Rate
PJM OATT Attachment H-20
2
11/01/2021
ER17-406
AEP PJM OATT Annual Formula Rate
PJM OATT Attachment H-20
3
12/21/2021
ER17-406
AEP PJM OATT Annual Formula Rate
PJM OATT Attachment H-20


Name of Respondent:

AEP Appalachian Transmission Company, Inc.
This report is:

(1)
An Original

(2)
A Resubmission
Date of Report:

05/19/2022
Year/Period of Report

End of:
2021
/
Q4
INFORMATION ON FORMULA RATES - Formula Rate Variances
  1. If a respondent does not submit such filings then indicate in a footnote to the applicable Form 1 schedule where formula rate inputs differ from amounts reported in the Form 1.
  2. The footnote should provide a narrative description explaining how the "rate" (or billing) was derived if different from the reported amount in the Form 1.
  3. The footnote should explain amounts excluded from the ratebase or where labor or other allocation factors, operating expenses, or other items impacting formula rate inputs differ from amounts reported in Form 1 schedule amounts.
  4. Where the Commission has provided guidance on formula rate inputs, the specific proceeding should be noted in the footnote.
Line No.
PageNumberOfFormulaRateVariances
Page No(s).
(a)
ScheduleOfFormulaRateVariances
Schedule
(b)
ColumnOfFormulaRateVariances
Column
(c)
LineNumberOfFormulaRateVariances
Line No.
(d)
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Name of Respondent:

AEP Appalachian Transmission Company, Inc.
This report is:

(1)
An Original

(2)
A Resubmission
Date of Report:

05/19/2022
Year/Period of Report

End of:
2021
/
Q4
IMPORTANT CHANGES DURING THE QUARTER/YEAR

Give particulars (details) concerning the matters indicated below. Make the statements explicit and precise, and number them in accordance with the inquiries. Each inquiry should be answered. Enter "none," "not applicable," or "NA" where applicable. If information which answers an inquiry is given elsewhere in the report, make a reference to the schedule in which it appears.

  1. Changes in and important additions to franchise rights: Describe the actual consideration given therefore and state from whom the franchise rights were acquired. If acquired without the payment of consideration, state that fact.
  2. Acquisition of ownership in other companies by reorganization, merger, or consolidation with other companies: Give names of companies involved, particulars concerning the transactions, name of the Commission authorizing the transaction, and reference to Commission authorization.
  3. Purchase or sale of an operating unit or system: Give a brief description of the property, and of the transactions relating thereto, and reference to Commission authorization, if any was required. Give date journal entries called for by the Uniform System of Accounts were submitted to the Commission.
  4. Important leaseholds (other than leaseholds for natural gas lands) that have been acquired or given, assigned or surrendered: Give effective dates, lengths of terms, names of parties, rents, and other condition. State name of Commission authorizing lease and give reference to such authorization.
  5. Important extension or reduction of transmission or distribution system: State territory added or relinquished and date operations began or ceased and give reference to Commission authorization, if any was required. State also the approximate number of customers added or lost and approximate annual revenues of each class of service. Each natural gas company must also state major new continuing sources of gas made available to it from purchases, development, purchase contract or otherwise, giving location and approximate total gas volumes available, period of contracts, and other parties to any such arrangements, etc.
  6. Obligations incurred as a result of issuance of securities or assumption of liabilities or guarantees including issuance of short-term debt and commercial paper having a maturity of one year or less. Give reference to FERC or State Commission authorization, as appropriate, and the amount of obligation or guarantee.
  7. Changes in articles of incorporation or amendments to charter: Explain the nature and purpose of such changes or amendments.
  8. State the estimated annual effect and nature of any important wage scale changes during the year.
  9. State briefly the status of any materially important legal proceedings pending at the end of the year, and the results of any such proceedings culminated during the year.
  10. Describe briefly any materially important transactions of the respondent not disclosed elsewhere in this report in which an officer, director, security holder reported on Pages 104 or 105 of the Annual Report Form No. 1, voting trustee, associated company or known associate of any of these persons was a party or in which any such person had a material interest.
  11. (Reserved.)
  12. If the important changes during the year relating to the respondent company appearing in the annual report to stockholders are applicable in every respect and furnish the data required by Instructions 1 to 11 above, such notes may be included on this page.
  13. Describe fully any changes in officers, directors, major security holders and voting powers of the respondent that may have occurred during the reporting period.
  14. In the event that the respondent participates in a cash management program(s) and its proprietary capital ratio is less than 30 percent please describe the significant events or transactions causing the proprietary capital ratio to be less than 30 percent, and the extent to which the respondent has amounts loaned or money advanced to its parent, subsidiary, or affiliated companies through a cash management program(s). Additionally, please describe plans, if any to regain at least a 30 percent proprietary ratio.
None
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Not Used
Julia A. Sloat elected as Director and Chief Financial Officer on Jan 01, 2021
Julie A. Sherwood elected as Vice President and Treasurer on Jan 01, 2021
Daniel E. Mueller elected as Assistant Vice President Tax on Mar 24, 2021
Scott P. Moore elected as Director and Vice President on May 02, 2021
Wade A Smith resigned as Director and Vice President on May 01, 2021
Charles E Zebula elected as Vice President on July 03, 2021
Toby L Thomas elected as Director, President and Chief Operating Officer on July 31, 2021
Mark C McCullough resigned as Director, President and Chief Operating Officer on July 30, 2021
Proprietary capital ratio exceeds 30%


Name of Respondent:

AEP Appalachian Transmission Company, Inc.
This report is:

(1)
An Original

(2)
A Resubmission
Date of Report:

05/19/2022
Year/Period of Report

End of:
2021
/
Q4
COMPARATIVE BALANCE SHEET (ASSETS AND OTHER DEBITS)
Line No.
Title of Account
(a)
Ref. Page No.
(b)
Current Year End of Quarter/Year Balance
(c)
Prior Year End Balance 12/31
(d)
1
UtilityPlantAbstract
UTILITY PLANT
2
UtilityPlant
Utility Plant (101-106, 114)
200
99,297,030
96,834,095
3
ConstructionWorkInProgress
Construction Work in Progress (107)
200
3,876,907
3,665,088
4
UtilityPlantAndConstructionWorkInProgress
TOTAL Utility Plant (Enter Total of lines 2 and 3)
103,173,937
100,499,183
5
AccumulatedProvisionForDepreciationAmortizationAndDepletionOfPlantUtility
(Less) Accum. Prov. for Depr. Amort. Depl. (108, 110, 111, 115)
200
5,121,326
2,524,666
6
UtilityPlantNet
Net Utility Plant (Enter Total of line 4 less 5)
98,052,612
97,974,517
7
NuclearFuelInProcessOfRefinementConversionEnrichmentAndFabrication
Nuclear Fuel in Process of Ref., Conv., Enrich., and Fab. (120.1)
202
8
NuclearFuelMaterialsAndAssembliesStockAccountMajorOnly
Nuclear Fuel Materials and Assemblies-Stock Account (120.2)
9
NuclearFuelAssembliesInReactorMajorOnly
Nuclear Fuel Assemblies in Reactor (120.3)
10
SpentNuclearFuelMajorOnly
Spent Nuclear Fuel (120.4)
11
NuclearFuelUnderCapitalLeases
Nuclear Fuel Under Capital Leases (120.6)
12
AccumulatedProvisionForAmortizationOfNuclearFuelAssemblies
(Less) Accum. Prov. for Amort. of Nucl. Fuel Assemblies (120.5)
202
13
NuclearFuelNet
Net Nuclear Fuel (Enter Total of lines 7-11 less 12)
14
UtilityPlantAndNuclearFuelNet
Net Utility Plant (Enter Total of lines 6 and 13)
98,052,612
97,974,517
15
OtherElectricPlantAdjustments
Utility Plant Adjustments (116)
16
GasStoredUndergroundNoncurrent
Gas Stored Underground - Noncurrent (117)
17
OtherPropertyAndInvestmentsAbstract
OTHER PROPERTY AND INVESTMENTS
18
NonutilityProperty
Nonutility Property (121)
19
AccumulatedProvisionForDepreciationAndAmortizationOfNonutilityProperty
(Less) Accum. Prov. for Depr. and Amort. (122)
20
InvestmentInAssociatedCompanies
Investments in Associated Companies (123)
21
InvestmentInSubsidiaryCompanies
Investment in Subsidiary Companies (123.1)
224
23
NoncurrentPortionOfAllowances
Noncurrent Portion of Allowances
228
24
OtherInvestments
Other Investments (124)
25
SinkingFunds
Sinking Funds (125)
26
DepreciationFund
Depreciation Fund (126)
27
AmortizationFundFederal
Amortization Fund - Federal (127)
28
OtherSpecialFunds
Other Special Funds (128)
29
SpecialFunds
Special Funds (Non Major Only) (129)
30
DerivativeInstrumentAssetsLongTerm
Long-Term Portion of Derivative Assets (175)
31
DerivativeInstrumentAssetsHedgesLongTerm
Long-Term Portion of Derivative Assets - Hedges (176)
32
OtherPropertyAndInvestments
TOTAL Other Property and Investments (Lines 18-21 and 23-31)
33
CurrentAndAccruedAssetsAbstract
CURRENT AND ACCRUED ASSETS
34
CashAndWorkingFunds
Cash and Working Funds (Non-major Only) (130)
35
Cash
Cash (131)
36
SpecialDeposits
Special Deposits (132-134)
37
WorkingFunds
Working Fund (135)
38
TemporaryCashInvestments
Temporary Cash Investments (136)
39
NotesReceivable
Notes Receivable (141)
40
CustomerAccountsReceivable
Customer Accounts Receivable (142)
112,902
100,719
41
OtherAccountsReceivable
Other Accounts Receivable (143)
38,413
42
AccumulatedProvisionForUncollectibleAccountsCredit
(Less) Accum. Prov. for Uncollectible Acct.-Credit (144)
43
NotesReceivableFromAssociatedCompanies
Notes Receivable from Associated Companies (145)
2,983,763
27,072
44
AccountsReceivableFromAssociatedCompanies
Accounts Receivable from Assoc. Companies (146)
960,126
792,881
45
FuelStock
Fuel Stock (151)
227
46
FuelStockExpensesUndistributed
Fuel Stock Expenses Undistributed (152)
227
47
Residuals
Residuals (Elec) and Extracted Products (153)
227
48
PlantMaterialsAndOperatingSupplies
Plant Materials and Operating Supplies (154)
227
19,135
19,135
49
Merchandise
Merchandise (155)
227
50
OtherMaterialsAndSupplies
Other Materials and Supplies (156)
227
51
NuclearMaterialsHeldForSale
Nuclear Materials Held for Sale (157)
202/227
52
AllowanceInventoryAndWithheld
Allowances (158.1 and 158.2)
228
53
NoncurrentPortionOfAllowances
(Less) Noncurrent Portion of Allowances
228
54
StoresExpenseUndistributed
Stores Expense Undistributed (163)
227
55
GasStoredCurrent
Gas Stored Underground - Current (164.1)
56
LiquefiedNaturalGasStoredAndHeldForProcessing
Liquefied Natural Gas Stored and Held for Processing (164.2-164.3)
57
Prepayments
Prepayments (165)
58
AdvancesForGas
Advances for Gas (166-167)
59
InterestAndDividendsReceivable
Interest and Dividends Receivable (171)
60
RentsReceivable
Rents Receivable (172)
61
AccruedUtilityRevenues
Accrued Utility Revenues (173)
62
MiscellaneousCurrentAndAccruedAssets
Miscellaneous Current and Accrued Assets (174)
63
DerivativeInstrumentAssets
Derivative Instrument Assets (175)
64
DerivativeInstrumentAssetsLongTerm
(Less) Long-Term Portion of Derivative Instrument Assets (175)
65
DerivativeInstrumentAssetsHedges
Derivative Instrument Assets - Hedges (176)
66
DerivativeInstrumentAssetsHedgesLongTerm
(Less) Long-Term Portion of Derivative Instrument Assets - Hedges (176)
67
CurrentAndAccruedAssets
Total Current and Accrued Assets (Lines 34 through 66)
4,075,925
978,220
68
DeferredDebitsAbstract
DEFERRED DEBITS
69
UnamortizedDebtExpense
Unamortized Debt Expenses (181)
612,790
635,161
70
ExtraordinaryPropertyLosses
Extraordinary Property Losses (182.1)
230a
71
UnrecoveredPlantAndRegulatoryStudyCosts
Unrecovered Plant and Regulatory Study Costs (182.2)
230b
72
OtherRegulatoryAssets
Other Regulatory Assets (182.3)
232
1,121,416
1,272,169
73
PreliminarySurveyAndInvestigationCharges
Prelim. Survey and Investigation Charges (Electric) (183)
74
PreliminaryNaturalGasSurveyAndInvestigationChargesAndOtherPreliminarySurveyAndInvestigationCharges
Preliminary Natural Gas Survey and Investigation Charges 183.1)
75
OtherPreliminarySurveyAndInvestigationCharges
Other Preliminary Survey and Investigation Charges (183.2)
76
ClearingAccounts
Clearing Accounts (184)
77
TemporaryFacilities
Temporary Facilities (185)
78
MiscellaneousDeferredDebits
Miscellaneous Deferred Debits (186)
233
81,677
25,930
79
DeferredLossesFromDispositionOfUtilityPlant
Def. Losses from Disposition of Utility Plt. (187)
80
ResearchDevelopmentAndDemonstrationExpenditures
Research, Devel. and Demonstration Expend. (188)
352
81
UnamortizedLossOnReacquiredDebt
Unamortized Loss on Reaquired Debt (189)
82
AccumulatedDeferredIncomeTaxes
Accumulated Deferred Income Taxes (190)
234
1,045,452
560,765
83
UnrecoveredPurchasedGasCosts
Unrecovered Purchased Gas Costs (191)
84
DeferredDebits
Total Deferred Debits (lines 69 through 83)
2,861,334
2,494,025
85
AssetsAndOtherDebits
TOTAL ASSETS (lines 14-16, 32, 67, and 84)
104,989,871
101,446,762


Name of Respondent:

AEP Appalachian Transmission Company, Inc.
This report is:

(1)
An Original

(2)
A Resubmission
Date of Report:

05/19/2022
Year/Period of Report

End of:
2021
/
Q4
COMPARATIVE BALANCE SHEET (LIABILITIES AND OTHER CREDITS)
Line No.
Title of Account
(a)
Ref. Page No.
(b)
Current Year End of Quarter/Year Balance
(c)
Prior Year End Balance 12/31
(d)
1
ProprietaryCapitalAbstract
PROPRIETARY CAPITAL
2
CommonStockIssued
Common Stock Issued (201)
250
3
PreferredStockIssued
Preferred Stock Issued (204)
250
4
CapitalStockSubscribed
Capital Stock Subscribed (202, 205)
5
StockLiabilityForConversion
Stock Liability for Conversion (203, 206)
6
PremiumOnCapitalStock
Premium on Capital Stock (207)
7
OtherPaidInCapital
Other Paid-In Capital (208-211)
253
29,000,000
29,000,000
8
InstallmentsReceivedOnCapitalStock
Installments Received on Capital Stock (212)
252
9
DiscountOnCapitalStock
(Less) Discount on Capital Stock (213)
254
10
CapitalStockExpense
(Less) Capital Stock Expense (214)
254b
11
RetainedEarnings
Retained Earnings (215, 215.1, 216)
118
8,130,285
5,846,664
12
UnappropriatedUndistributedSubsidiaryEarnings
Unappropriated Undistributed Subsidiary Earnings (216.1)
118
13
ReacquiredCapitalStock
(Less) Reaquired Capital Stock (217)
250
14
NoncorporateProprietorship
Noncorporate Proprietorship (Non-major only) (218)
15
AccumulatedOtherComprehensiveIncome
Accumulated Other Comprehensive Income (219)
122(a)(b)
16
ProprietaryCapital
Total Proprietary Capital (lines 2 through 15)
37,130,285
34,846,664
17
LongTermDebtAbstract
LONG-TERM DEBT
18
Bonds
Bonds (221)
256
19
ReacquiredBonds
(Less) Reaquired Bonds (222)
256
20
AdvancesFromAssociatedCompanies
Advances from Associated Companies (223)
256
60,600,000
60,600,000
21
OtherLongTermDebt
Other Long-Term Debt (224)
256
22
UnamortizedPremiumOnLongTermDebt
Unamortized Premium on Long-Term Debt (225)
23
UnamortizedDiscountOnLongTermDebtDebit
(Less) Unamortized Discount on Long-Term Debt-Debit (226)
267,226
276,908
24
LongTermDebt
Total Long-Term Debt (lines 18 through 23)
60,332,774
60,323,092
25
OtherNoncurrentLiabilitiesAbstract
OTHER NONCURRENT LIABILITIES
26
ObligationsUnderCapitalLeaseNoncurrent
Obligations Under Capital Leases - Noncurrent (227)
27
AccumulatedProvisionForPropertyInsurance
Accumulated Provision for Property Insurance (228.1)
28
AccumulatedProvisionForInjuriesAndDamages
Accumulated Provision for Injuries and Damages (228.2)
29
AccumulatedProvisionForPensionsAndBenefits
Accumulated Provision for Pensions and Benefits (228.3)
30
AccumulatedMiscellaneousOperatingProvisions
Accumulated Miscellaneous Operating Provisions (228.4)
31
AccumulatedProvisionForRateRefunds
Accumulated Provision for Rate Refunds (229)
208,428
32
LongTermPortionOfDerivativeInstrumentLiabilities
Long-Term Portion of Derivative Instrument Liabilities
33
LongTermPortionOfDerivativeInstrumentLiabilitiesHedges
Long-Term Portion of Derivative Instrument Liabilities - Hedges
34
AssetRetirementObligations
Asset Retirement Obligations (230)
35
OtherNoncurrentLiabilities
Total Other Noncurrent Liabilities (lines 26 through 34)
208,428
36
CurrentAndAccruedLiabilitiesAbstract
CURRENT AND ACCRUED LIABILITIES
37
NotesPayable
Notes Payable (231)