“Not all heroes wear capes” (AEP Texas thank you editorial for Hurricane Harvey assistance)

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SWEPCO crews from Arkansas ready for another day of hurricane restoration work near Victoria, Texas in early September. Continue reading ““Not all heroes wear capes” (AEP Texas thank you editorial for Hurricane Harvey assistance)”

SWEPCO provides recovery assistance in Florida

 

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SWEPCO crews arrive in Florida and receive work assignments Thursday afternoon.

 

SWEPCO will help restore power after Hurricane Irma with 233 employees assisting Duke Energy Florida. Continue reading “SWEPCO provides recovery assistance in Florida”

Shreveport students write hurricane thank you letters to SWEPCO workers

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SWEPCO got word that 65 seventh-grade American History students at Magnolia School of Excellence 6-12 Campus in Shreveport wrote thank you letters to SWEPCO employees assisting in Hurricane Harvey restoration in Texas. Continue reading “Shreveport students write hurricane thank you letters to SWEPCO workers”

A Thank You from a family in Victoria, Texas

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A thank you letter was hand delivered to our crews working storm recovery in Victoria, Texas Monday. Continue reading “A Thank You from a family in Victoria, Texas”

SWEPCO continues to assist AEP Texas with Hurricane Harvey recovery

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SWEPCO crews from Vivian, La. work hurricane restoration in Victoria, Texas. Continue reading “SWEPCO continues to assist AEP Texas with Hurricane Harvey recovery”

SWEPCO to assist sister company AEP Texas with Hurricane Harvey restoration

 

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SWEPCO is sending 187 employees and contractors to assist our sister company, AEP Texas, in restoration efforts once Hurricane Harvey makes landfall. Continue reading “SWEPCO to assist sister company AEP Texas with Hurricane Harvey restoration”

Storms hit SWEPCO for second holiday in a row

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The Saturday, July 1 thunderstorms kicked off the long holiday weekend by packing winds up to 45 miles per hour, with gusts up to 60 mph, downing power lines and trees across three states. Continue reading “Storms hit SWEPCO for second holiday in a row”