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Appalachian Power issues request for battery energy storage systems to improve reliability

The company's request for proposals will not only improve electric service reliability in one southwest Virginia community, but also help the company meet clean energy requirements under the 2020 Virginia Clean Economy Act (VCEA).

The company's request for proposals will not only improve electric service reliability in one southwest Virginia community, but also help the company meet clean energy requirements under the 2020 Virginia Clean Economy Act (VCEA).


Appalachian Power Issues Warning About Water Levels Downstream Of Claytor And Leesville Dams

 Appalachian Power wants boaters, kayakers, tubers, and other recreational users downstream of Claytor and Leesville dams to know water levels on the New and Roanoke rivers could rise rapidly starting Thursday, June 30, and continue to fluctuate throughout the week.

 Appalachian Power wants boaters, kayakers, tubers, and other recreational users downstream of Claytor and Leesville dams to know water levels on the New and Roanoke rivers could rise rapidly starting Thursday, June 30, and continue to fluctuate throughout the week.


Appalachian Power Issues Warning about Water Levels Downstream of New and Roanoke Rivers

The company wants boaters, kayakers, tubers, and other recreational users downstream of Claytor and Leesville dams to know water levels on the New and Roanoke rivers could rise rapidly starting Tuesday, June 14, and continue to fluctuate throughout the week.

The company wants boaters, kayakers, tubers, and other recreational users downstream of Claytor and Leesville dams to know water levels on the New and Roanoke rivers could rise rapidly starting Tuesday, June 14, and continue to fluctuate throughout the week.


APPALACHIAN POWER ISSUES REQUEST FOR COMPETITIVE RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS

The company is seeking proposals for renewable energy projects to comply with requirements under the Virginia Clean Economy Act.  

The company is seeking proposals for renewable energy projects to comply with requirements under the Virginia Clean Economy Act.  


Appalachian Power files plan to extend broadband access in two southwest Virginia counties

A proposal by the company could make broadband access available to nearly 15,000 households and businesses in Bland and Montgomery counties. 

A proposal by the company could make broadband access available to nearly 15,000 households and businesses in Bland and Montgomery counties. 


Appalachian Power issues warning about water levels downstream of Claytor and Leesville Dams

The company wants boaters, kayakers, tubers, and other recreational users downstream of Claytor and Leesville dams to know water levels on the New and Roanoke rivers could rise rapidly starting Tuesday, May 31, and continue to fluctuate throughout the week.

The company wants boaters, kayakers, tubers, and other recreational users downstream of Claytor and Leesville dams to know water levels on the New and Roanoke rivers could rise rapidly starting Tuesday, May 31, and continue to fluctuate throughout the week.


AEP Appalachian Power issues request to purchase solar and/or wind generation projects

Adding more clean energy options for customers is an ongoing priorty for company.

Adding more clean energy options for customers is an ongoing priorty for company.


Appalachian Power to use helicopters to maintain some power line rights of way

Beginning on or about June 1, Appalachian Power will maintain the rights of way for some power lines in West Virginia by applying herbicides by helicopter.

Beginning on or about June 1, Appalachian Power will maintain the rights of way for some power lines in West Virginia by applying herbicides by helicopter.


Appalachian Power files for reduction in vegetation management program rate

Appalachian Power, along with Wheeling Power, submitted its Vegetation Management Program (VMP) filing April 29 to the Public Service Commission of West Virginia (PSC) requesting a 19 percent or $16.3 million reduction in the VMP rate. The VMP filing reimburses the company for the actual costs to manage vegetation along its power line rights-of-way.

Appalachian Power, along with Wheeling Power, submitted its Vegetation Management Program (VMP) filing April 29 to the Public Service Commission of West Virginia (PSC) requesting a 19 percent or $16.3 million reduction in the VMP rate. The VMP filing reimburses the company for the actual costs to manage vegetation along its power line rights-of-way.


Appalachian Power files for energy cost adjustment to account for steep rise in fuel and electricity costs

Appalachian Power, along with Wheeling Power, submitted its Expanded Net Energy Cost (ENEC) filing yesterday to the Public Service Commission of West Virginia (PSC) requesting a $297 million upward adjustment in the ENEC rate. The ENEC reimburses the company on a dollar-for-dollar basis for coal and natural gas to fuel power plants and for purchased power.

Appalachian Power, along with Wheeling Power, submitted its Expanded Net Energy Cost (ENEC) filing yesterday to the Public Service Commission of West Virginia (PSC) requesting a $297 million upward adjustment in the ENEC rate. The ENEC reimburses the company on a dollar-for-dollar basis for coal and natural gas to fuel power plants and for purchased power.


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