AEP power customers complain about rate increase
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio school and government officials are joining small business owners alarmed by a jump in their bills from American Electric Power.
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#1 Feb 6, 2012
"The treasurer for Logan-Hocking schools in Hocking County says the district was blindsided when its electric bill increased 30 percent last month to more than $51,000. He says the district might have to cut jobs to balance its budget.
AEP says the changes are part of a move toward more competition among power providers."
What's Strickland got to say about this? Unintended circumstances? Collateral damage? Bankrupting schools, interesting way to "even" the power production market and bring costs down with more competition.
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