Electrical Rate Competitiveness Factors into Site Selection

While utilities are rarely the primary factor in the decision-making process, once a company or site selector narrows its field of desirable locations, AEP can help identify properties where cost-competitive, abundant and efficient energy service is available.

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AEP Ohio Program Supports Northwestern Ohio

AEP Ohio’s Community Economic Development Academy (CEDA) is helping to prepare communities for economic development, including Van Wert Ohio, who has prepared a 600-acre job-ready site to attract industry.

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Partner with Electrical Utilities Early for Best Location, Lowest Costs

With the abundance of natural gas from the Utica and Marcellus shale regions, new collaborations and partnerships are spurring innovation among electricity utilities.

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Locate Your Business Faster with Certified Sites

When looking for a new location for your expanding business, selecting a certified site can save you time, energy and money. Site certification programs minimize risk factors, lower costs and help your business become fully operational faster.

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Indiana Michigan Power invests $200 million in local infrastructure

Indiana Michigan Power (I&M) has established a true commitment to economic development. In a partnership that began in 2012, I&M teamed up with regional and local banks to develop a senior unsecured term loan supporting infrastructure development to impact developments all over Indiana and Michigan.

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6 Tips to Find a Site for Your Expanding Business

Competition among businesses for prime real estate is intense and selecting a site can be a daunting task. We’ve compiled some best practices to help you relocate your expanding business as effectively and efficiently as possible.

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Eastern Kentucky fueled by Kentucky Power’s commitment to Economic Development

Kentucky Power has awarded $200,000 in economic development grants to groups impacting five Eastern Kentucky communities.

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