YETI® Cooler, Anyone?

Register for SWEPCO Alerts for your chance to make this Roadie 20 cooler yours! Simply sign up to receive personalized outage updates and billing alerts. Continue reading “YETI® Cooler, Anyone?”

Powering Up Shreveport-Bossier City

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The majority of these projects include replacing old, wooden poles with steel, single-pole structures as seen in this photo.

Transmission facilities are the backbone of the electric grid. They carry electricity from power plants to the local distribution lines that serve your neighborhood. Strengthening these facilities will make the electric system more reliable, both in day-to-day operations and in the face of severe weather.

That’s why SWEPCO is investing more than $46 million to upgrade the transmission system serving the Shreveport-Bossier City area. Continue reading “Powering Up Shreveport-Bossier City”

Helicopters working on SWEPCO Transmission Lines near Texarkana

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We have construction crews at work in Bowie County (near New Boston and Texarkana, Texas) to build a new 345,000 volt transmission line between Texarkana and Valliant, OK. Continue reading “Helicopters working on SWEPCO Transmission Lines near Texarkana”

Check out ENERGY STAR​’s list of Most Efficient Central Air Conditioners and Air Source Heat Pumps for 2016


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BPCC dedicates AEP Foundation’s Credits Count Learning Lab

(L to R) Brian Bond, SWEPCO vice president of External Affairs, and John Hubbard, SWEPCO External Affairs Manager, stand with BPCC Foundation President Bruce Roberts and BPCC Chancellor Dr. Rick Bateman, Jr. during the dedication of the AEP Foundation’s Credits Count Learning Lab.

Bossier Parish Community College (BPCC), in collaboration with the BPCC Foundation, dedicated on June 9 the American Electric Power Foundation’s Credits CountSM Learning Lab in BPCC’s Learning Commons (Library). Continue reading “BPCC dedicates AEP Foundation’s Credits Count Learning Lab”

How do you save money and energy during the summer?

Check out this short video on a few ways to save money and energy this summer. Continue reading “How do you save money and energy during the summer?”

Lighting upgrades result in $12k in incentives for CADA of NWLA Bossier Treatment Center

Council on Alcoholism & Drug Abuse of NWLA Bossier Treatment Center earns $12,455.55 in incentives from SWEPCO’s LA Commercial & Industrial Solutions Program for LED Lighting Upgrade project

Left to right: Jeff Thigpen of SWEPCO; CADA Chief Administrative Officer Christine Perez; Stacey Butler of Butler Electric, LLC and CADA Executive Director Bill Rose.

The Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (CADA) Bossier Treatment Center received a check for $12,455.55, representing the incentive earned in our Louisiana Small Business Direct Install Program.

Continue reading “Lighting upgrades result in $12k in incentives for CADA of NWLA Bossier Treatment Center”