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American Electric Power was included in Fortune magazine’s 2023 World’s Most Admired Companies list, which evaluates companies’ financial performance and corporate reputation. This is the 10 th consecutive year the company is being recognized in the list’s electric and gas utilities sector.
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American Electric Power (Nasdaq: AEP) was included in Fortune magazine's 2023 World's Most Admired Companies list, which evaluates companies' financial performance and corporate reputation.
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Became American Electric Power in 1958; merged with Central and Southwest Corporation in 2000. American Electric Power ( AEP ), (railcar reporting mark: AEPX) is a major investor-owned electric utility in the United States, delivering electricity to more than five million customers in 11 states.
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American Electric Power said Thursday it agreed to a lower price of $2.65 billion for the sale of its Kentucky operations to Liberty Utilities and that it expects to close the deal in January.
American Electric Power Co., Inc. engages in the generation, transmission, and distribution of electricity. It operates through the following segments: Vertically Integrated Utilities ...
American Electric Power on Nov. 9 said it will retire, refuel, or sell 46% of its 2020 12.1 GW coal capacity, a total 5.6 GW, by 2030. Courtesy: AEP ( EEI 2020 Handout ) Speeding Up Retirements