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AEP Texas reminds consumers about National Hurricane Preparedness Week

(APRIL 28, 2022) -- May 1st through 7th marks National Hurricane Preparedness Week.  The observance emphasizes the message that now is time to prepare for Hurricane Season, which begins June 1st and concludes Nov. 30th.

(APRIL 28, 2022) -- May 1st through 7th marks National Hurricane Preparedness Week.  The observance emphasizes the message that now is time to prepare for Hurricane Season, which begins June 1st and concludes Nov. 30th.


AEP Texas reminds consumers how to avoid falling prey to scammers

(FEBRUARY 10, 2022) -- Over the past few days, AEP Texas has received indications that scammers are contacting residents threatening to disconnect their electric service unless an immediate payment is made. 

(FEBRUARY 10, 2022) -- Over the past few days, AEP Texas has received indications that scammers are contacting residents threatening to disconnect their electric service unless an immediate payment is made. 


AEP Texas Winter Storm Restoration Progress Friday, Feb. 4, Noon

As anticipated, the number of outages increased as weather conditions got worse overnight and early this morning. As of 10:30 a.m., approximately 3,060 AEP Texas customers were without power, with most located in Laredo. The number of outages likely will continue to go up and down as the winter storm continues over the next few days.   

As anticipated, the number of outages increased as weather conditions got worse overnight and early this morning. As of 10:30 a.m., approximately 3,060 AEP Texas customers were without power, with most located in Laredo. The number of outages likely will continue to go up and down as the winter storm continues over the next few days.   


AEP Texas Winter Storm Restoration Progress Friday, Feb. 4, 3:45 p.m.

As of 3:45 p.m., approximately 600 AEP Texas customers were without power, with most located in Corpus Christi. Temperatures are expected to drop again throughout parts of the AEP Texas service territory on Friday evening and could result in new outages. If this happens, service crews will continue their efforts to safely restore power to all homes and businesses.  

As of 3:45 p.m., approximately 600 AEP Texas customers were without power, with most located in Corpus Christi. Temperatures are expected to drop again throughout parts of the AEP Texas service territory on Friday evening and could result in new outages. If this happens, service crews will continue their efforts to safely restore power to all homes and businesses.  


AEP Texas Winter Storm Restoration Progress Thursday, Feb. 3, 5 p.m.

As of 4 p.m., approximately 210 AEP Texas customers were without power, with less than 100 outages in one district and less than 50 outages in the other four districts.  The number of outages likely will continue to go up and down as the winter storm continues over the next few days.   

As of 4 p.m., approximately 210 AEP Texas customers were without power, with less than 100 outages in one district and less than 50 outages in the other four districts.  The number of outages likely will continue to go up and down as the winter storm continues over the next few days.   


AEP Texas Winter Storm Restoration Progress Thursday, Feb. 3, 11:30 a.m.

As of 11:30 a.m., approximately 3,200 AEP Texas customers were without power, predominantly in the Cisco community near Abilene and the Ballinger/Winters area. The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) is continuing its Storm Watch, which is the highest level of readiness, short of emergency conditions.    

As of 11:30 a.m., approximately 3,200 AEP Texas customers were without power, predominantly in the Cisco community near Abilene and the Ballinger/Winters area. The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) is continuing its Storm Watch, which is the highest level of readiness, short of emergency conditions.    


AEP Texas se prepara para temperaturas extremas y ofrece consejos de preparación a sus consumidores

(1 de febrero del 2022) - El Consejo de Fiabilidad Eléctrica de Texas (ERCOT) ha emitido una notificación de alerta por temperaturas extremas que se aproximan para la noche del miércoles 2 de febrero y que continuarán hasta el Domingo 6 del mismo. Se pronostican temperaturas bajo cero con heladas en la región de ERCOT.

(1 de febrero del 2022) - El Consejo de Fiabilidad Eléctrica de Texas (ERCOT) ha emitido una notificación de alerta por temperaturas extremas que se aproximan para la noche del miércoles 2 de febrero y que continuarán hasta el Domingo 6 del mismo. Se pronostican temperaturas bajo cero con heladas en la región de ERCOT.


ERCOT NEWS RELEASE: ERCOT emite Alerta Climática hasta el Domingo 6 de febrero

Austin, TX 2 de febrero del 2022 - El consejo de Fiabilidad Eléctrica de Texas (ERCOT) ha emitido una alerta hasta el domingo 6 de febrero debido al clima ártico que se avecina en Texas. ERCOT está pronosticando una gran demanda de energía durante la tormenta. Este frente frío traerá temperaturas congelantes y precipitación a la región de ERCOT. ERCOT está tomando acción preparatoria a la expectativa del incremento en la demanda para asegurar la fiabilidad de la red eléctrica. El viernes, 28 de enero, ERCOT emitió una Notificación de Condiciones Operativas (ONC) al mercado de electricidad en relación al clima ártico extremo. ERCOT proyecta tener suficiente energía para suplir la gran demanda eléctrica.

Austin, TX 2 de febrero del 2022 - El consejo de Fiabilidad Eléctrica de Texas (ERCOT) ha emitido una alerta hasta el domingo 6 de febrero debido al clima ártico que se avecina en Texas. ERCOT está pronosticando una gran demanda de energía durante la tormenta. Este frente frío traerá temperaturas congelantes y precipitación a la región de ERCOT. ERCOT está tomando acción preparatoria a la expectativa del incremento en la demanda para asegurar la fiabilidad de la red eléctrica. El viernes, 28 de enero, ERCOT emitió una Notificación de Condiciones Operativas (ONC) al mercado de electricidad en relación al clima ártico extremo. ERCOT proyecta tener suficiente energía para suplir la gran demanda eléctrica.


AEP Texas prepares for extreme cold weather and offers preparation tips for customers

(FEBRUARY 1, 2022) – The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) has issued a WATCH for an Extreme Cold Weather System approaching on the evening of Wednesday, Feb. 2nd  and continuing through Sunday, Feb. 6th.  Temperatures are forecasted to be below freezing with icing conditions in the ERCOT region. 

(FEBRUARY 1, 2022) – The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) has issued a WATCH for an Extreme Cold Weather System approaching on the evening of Wednesday, Feb. 2nd  and continuing through Sunday, Feb. 6th.  Temperatures are forecasted to be below freezing with icing conditions in the ERCOT region. 


AEP Texas prepares for winter storm and offers preparation tips for customers

 

(JANUARY 19, 2022) - AEP Texas is preparing for the possibility of a winter storm over the next few days in some areas of its service territory, particularly in the central portion of service territory. This includes the areas surrounding Victoria, Corpus Christi, Alice, Beeville, Kingsville, and Laredo.  Freezing temperatures and high winds could result in pockets of outages in these areas.  

 

(JANUARY 19, 2022) - AEP Texas is preparing for the possibility of a winter storm over the next few days in some areas of its service territory, particularly in the central portion of service territory. This includes the areas surrounding Victoria, Corpus Christi, Alice, Beeville, Kingsville, and Laredo.  Freezing temperatures and high winds could result in pockets of outages in these areas.  


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