AEP may lower rates to follow court order | The Columbus Dispatch

American Electric Power has until Wednesday to tell state regulators how it will comply with an Ohio Supreme Court ruling that said several of the utilitya s charges were unlawful, a process that will likely lead to savings for customers. Read more
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Pickerington, OH

#22 May 5, 2011
Aep is a ripoff! They are worse than oil companies! Losers!

Tipp City, OH

#23 May 8, 2011
If you look at any electric supply bill you will find the same charges for Generation, Transmission, Distribution etc.... They have to put it on there... Look at your water bill they have it split for water used and water waste as well. Its just a itimized way to look at the charges.

“Bleeding Scarlet and Gray!”

Since: Sep 09


#24 Jun 6, 2011
Mike wrote:
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Hope this helps:
Thanks for the link...I never knew what the charges were for.

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