Three sites in southwest Arkansas, in Texarkana, Hope, and Prescott, have earned the Quality Sites designation for project readiness through American Electric Power (AEP). AEP coordinated with its subsidiary Southwestern Electric Power Co. (SWEPCO) on finalizing the designation.
Sofidel, an Italy-based paper tissue manufacturer, held a groundbreaking ceremony on March 16 for its integrated paper production plant in Inola, Oklahoma.
Kentucky Power joined state and local leaders on Dec. 15 as EnerBlu announced its plans to invest $412 million in central and eastern Kentucky. This is one of six major projects announced by the AEP subsidiary in 2017, won after thoughtful execution of an economic development strategy to help drive their region into recovery after the decline of the coal industry.
We continue to invest in a diverse mix of energy resources – including renewable energy and natural gas – to provide customers with the reliable power they need to grow and expand their businesses.
From robust fiber optic and electrical infrastructure, low natural disaster risk and one of the nation’s best tax climates for data centers, Central Ohio is the perfect home for data centers.
We were recently honored with an Excellence in Economic Development Award for our website.
We have added 16 new industrial properties to our Quality Sites Program, increasing the total portfolio to 42 sites. Using third-party experts, these sites have been validated to meet the needs of industrial, data center and food processing users, and can minimize overall site location risk, save time, and reduce site development costs.