In 2015, the Port of Corpus Christi opened up for crude oil export and has since undergone an industrial boom. In just four years, it has become the fourth largest port in the United States. Oil and gas development has sparked an economic renaissance in the region, and a number of new port improvements are underway to ensure that it continues well into the future.
We have issued our 2019 Corporate Accountability Report, an annual assessment of our performance as a public company and a community partner. This is the 13th year AEP has released the report, which details its developments in energy and technology, social responsibility, community investments and environmental stewardship.
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.
We were recently honored with an Excellence in Economic Development Award for our website.
Forum Showcases the Changing Role of Utilities and Illuminates how Economic Developers Can Lead the Way
During the week of July 24th, the Utility Economic Development Association (UEDA) Summer Forum was held in Columbus, Ohio, providing an opportunity to learn and collaborate with over 90 utility economic development professionals from across the country.
We invite you to take a look at AEP's 2017 Corporate Accountability Report and learn more about our transformation to becoming the energy company of the future.
AEP has options today, and is developing innovative future solutions, to help companies achieve their sustainability goals and, most importantly, empower them to manage their energy use and costs.
Edison Electric Institute (EEI) recently recognized AEP and two AEP National Accounts executives for exceptional customer service at the 2017 Awards for Outstanding National Key Accounts Customer Service.