Many people view the start of a new year as a chance for new beginnings. After the unusual year that was 2020, a fresh start in 2021 can mean different things to each person.
To AEP Energy, 2021 means a chance to share positive energy with you all year long. To make a difference in the communities in which we live, work and serve and to power a brighter future with innovative solutions to help control life’s unexpected surprises.
It is our intent to continue to do the right thing every time, for every customer by offering solutions we are proud to promote and customer service to make your experience with us a good one.
From our family to yours, we wish you a happy and healthy new year!
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