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AEP Texas has announced the launch of The Great Texas Refrigerator Roundup,® which will reward electric customers it serves with $35 for each inefficient, operating refrigerator and freezer turned in for recycling.
“The year’s largest and most festive holiday season is upon us and safety should be a priority when decorating the house,” says John Flowers, AEP Texas safety manager. “Electrical safety is especially important during the holiday season due to decorative lights draped through trees and around homes.”
The AEP Texas Emergency Management Organization is currently making contingency plans for power restoration should Hurricane Ike impact its service area along the Texas Gulf Coast
As Hurricane Ike approaches the Texas Gulf Coast, electric customers on life support systems are reminded to make arrangements now in case of a prolonged power outage.
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas
, Aug. 2, 2008
– Power restoration efforts in the Rio Grande Valley
are expected to be completed today as AEP
Texas crews work remaining outages concentrated mainly in the Harlingen