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”

City of Longview thanks SWEPCO for its storm restoration efforts

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Longview Mayor Andy Mack, left, with SWEPCO employees at a recent city council meeting. Continue reading “City of Longview thanks SWEPCO for its storm restoration efforts”

SWEPCO offers Tropical Storm Cindy preparation and safety tips

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With tropical weather threatening the South Louisiana coast, SWEPCO offers the following storm preparation and safety tips: Continue reading “SWEPCO offers Tropical Storm Cindy preparation and safety tips”

Photo: Appreciation for Longview employees

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Longview Regional Hospital hosted an appreciation lunch for SWEPCO employees and first responders Tuesday from 11am – 1pm.

The come-and-go event was much appreciated by the many SWEPCO personnel who worked to restore service to customers after two EF-1 tornadoes came through the Longview area last week.

 

SWEPCO Storm Update: June 2, 9:00 a.m.

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A SWEPCO transmission line bulldozer paves the way for a SWEPCO track-bucket vehicle to reach customers in a difficult area south of Shreveport, La. Continue reading “SWEPCO Storm Update: June 2, 9:00 a.m.”