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AEP Spreads the Word on Electric Bus Funding

Thousands of children in AEP’s 11-state footprint rely on buses to get them to and from school. Thanks to a group of enterprising employees and federal funding, some of those kids will be getting new, electric school buses soon.

Thousands of children in AEP’s 11-state footprint rely on buses to get them to and from school. Thanks to a group of enterprising employees and federal funding, some of those kids will be getting new, electric school buses soon.

Applying Old Knowledge to Fix New Problems

A former employee at AEP's Pirkey coal plant started a new career at North Central Energy Facilities. His prior experience with hydraulics at Pirkey mixed with ingenuity was key to repairing wind turbines quickly.

A former employee at AEP's Pirkey coal plant started a new career at North Central Energy Facilities. His prior experience with hydraulics at Pirkey mixed with ingenuity was key to repairing wind turbines quickly.

My Struggle Has Become Our Struggle

"Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly."

For Appalachian Power's George Porter, these words from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. echo his own personal story.

"Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly."

For Appalachian Power's George Porter, these words from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. echo his own personal story.

AEP Texas Service Mechanic's Son Organizes Dog Food Drive

Victor Manuel Gonzalez, the son of AEP Texas Line Mechanic Victor Gonzalez, organized a dog food drive to benefit the Harlingen Humane Society and Donja’s Dogs. Victor Manuel's love for community service runs in the family - his dad is well-known for his good deeds, like donating 30 Thanksgiving dinners to families in need.

Victor Manuel Gonzalez, the son of AEP Texas Line Mechanic Victor Gonzalez, organized a dog food drive to benefit the Harlingen Humane Society and Donja’s Dogs. Victor Manuel's love for community service runs in the family - his dad is well-known for his good deeds, like donating 30 Thanksgiving dinners to families in need.

As the Company Transitions, So Do Employees

Behind a company making the transition to a cleaner tomorrow are employees making a similar and just as dramatic shift in their futures.

Behind a company making the transition to a cleaner tomorrow are employees making a similar and just as dramatic shift in their futures.

Station Supervisor Uses Safety Training to Rescue College Student in Creek

A West Liberty University student left class around 10 a.m. on a recent brisk fall day. Wet leaves on the ground created a pretty scene on her drive through the hilly countryside on Route 88, but they also posed a safety hazard. 

A West Liberty University student left class around 10 a.m. on a recent brisk fall day. Wet leaves on the ground created a pretty scene on her drive through the hilly countryside on Route 88, but they also posed a safety hazard. 

Aiding a Stranger Earns AEP's Hani Ammar Life-saving Award

Hani Ammar wasn’t planning to save anyone’s life on Saturday, June 11, but that’s what happened when he came across a disabled car that caught fire on the side of a major freeway in Columbus, Ohio.

Hani Ammar wasn’t planning to save anyone’s life on Saturday, June 11, but that’s what happened when he came across a disabled car that caught fire on the side of a major freeway in Columbus, Ohio.

AEP Employee Heads to Hawaii for Ironman World Championship

AEP's Dirk Pauley has unflagging tenacity and grit that has helped him become one of the best triathletes in his age range. His other motivation? Raising money for Pinky Swear, a foundation that supports families with children being treated for cancer.

AEP's Dirk Pauley has unflagging tenacity and grit that has helped him become one of the best triathletes in his age range. His other motivation? Raising money for Pinky Swear, a foundation that supports families with children being treated for cancer.

Employee Donates Kidney to Co-worker

Thanks to colleague Valerie LeMaster, John Anderson has a new lease on life and a new kidney.

Thanks to colleague Valerie LeMaster, John Anderson has a new lease on life and a new kidney.

Telecom Manager Mentoring Student Program on Drone Use

High school students learned how to use drones through a federally-funded summer Workforce of the Future program in southeastern Ohio and with the help of Randy Lowe, a manager in AEP's Telecommunications department.

High school students learned how to use drones through a federally-funded summer Workforce of the Future program in southeastern Ohio and with the help of Randy Lowe, a manager in AEP's Telecommunications department.

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