AEP Energy to Provide Natural Gas Service

COLUMBUS, Ohio, June 16, 2014 – AEP Energy, a competitive retail energy service provider, is now providing natural gas supply through the Columbia Gas of Ohio Choice program, in addition to providing electric service. Natural gas supply will be available to new and existing AEP Energy retail customers who are eligible to participate in the Columbia Gas of Ohio Choice program.
“By offering natural gas together with electricity, AEP Energy now can provide central Ohio residents with a full-service energy solution. Our natural gas service offerings will provide the same strength, service, and competitive pricing that customers expect and rely on from AEP Energy,” said Scott Slisher, president, Residential and Solutions. Customers interested in natural gas service from AEP Energy should visit www.AEPenergy.com.
AEP Energy is a certified Retail Electric Service (CRES) provider that supplies electricity to business and residential customers in Ohio and other deregulated electricity markets. AEP Energy also is a retail natural gas supplier certified by the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio as a Competitive Retail Natural Gas Service (CRNGS) provider. In addition, AEP Energy offers custom energy solutions, including demand response and energy efficiency services. More information about AEP Energy is available at www.AEPenergy.com.
AEP Energy is not soliciting on behalf of and is not affiliated with or an agent of AEP Ohio. AEP Ohio customers do not need to purchase any competitive retail services from AEP Energy to receive or to continue to receive non-competitive retail electric services from AEP Ohio.
For media inquiries please contact::
YaVonda Ulfig
Corporate Media Relations
614/716-1949

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