May 20, 2020 - American Electric Power (NYSE: AEP) issued its 2020 Corporate Accountability Report, an annual assessment of its performance as a public company and a community partner. This is the 14th year of AEP’s report, which details developments in energy and technology, social responsibility, community investments and environmental stewardship.
American Electric Power released its 2014 Social Performance Summary, highlighting the company’s investment in the communities we serve.
At AEP, being a responsible corporate citizen means supporting the communities where our employees and customers live and work. AEP employees provided thousands of hours of volunteer support for local organizations in 2014. In Central Ohio alone, AEP and the IBEW Local 1466 employees provided funding to the Mid-Ohio Foodbank for 675,000 meals.
AEP’s 2014 Environmental Performance Summary highlights the diversification of AEP’s power generation portfolio along with investments in environmental controls that have resulted in environmental benefits.
Freestyle Love Supreme is coming to pivot Friday, October 17th.
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At the AEP 2014 National Forum in Pittsburgh, PA, 'Freestyle Love Supreme' social action campaign successfully generated awareness among key influencers around the Love Arts Education social action campaign. In addition to highlighting the importance of arts education, the event also engaged the audience in a discussion around measuring social impact of media, including The Participant Index, and entertainment of a freestyle session for the group.
HOUSTON, Nov. 13, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Waste Management, Inc. (NYSE: WM) today announced that its Energy Services division has been awarded a contract to provide coal combustion product marketing and onsite landfill management services to American Electric Power (AEP) at three of its power plants in the Texas-Oklahoma region. Under the contract, Waste Management’s FlyAshDirect division will market fly ash, a substance generated during the combustion of coal, for reuse.
The report features four key areas: Leadership & Strategy; Business Performance; Opportunities & Risks; and Partnerships & Engagement.
May 1, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Safe, reliable electric power has long been the backbone of America’s economy, delivering comfort and quality of life to customers and a competitive edge to businesses. American Electric Power (NYSE: AEP) is committed to ensuring a secure energy future by diversifying its resources, delivering on its environmental and social commitments, and by investing in innovative initiatives to improve system reliability and performance and reduce environmental impacts.
American Electric Power will spend $10 million dollars over the next three years on an ad campaign to get its customers in Ohio to reduce their energy use. The company’s new campaign, “Energy is Precious, Let’s Not Waste It,” offers a rebate to customers for buying Energy-Star certified clothes washers, refrigerators, freezers, dehumidifiers, and compact fluorescent light bulbs. The company will also pay customers for having their old appliances picked up and recycled.
As the weather cools off, many people focus on outdoor projects like planting a tree or building a fence, but often forget the hazard the underground power lines can pose. Luckily, there is an easy and free service to help. Before any digging project, protect yourself and don't forget to call 811 first to have your underground power lines marked.
AEP's short video and factsheet have all the details on this important and free service.