appalachian power

fight against unfair utility rates!
Old appliances waste both energy and money. AARP West Virginia wants consumers to know help is available to make switching to power-saving devices more affordable.
American Electric Power—which operates Appalachian Power and Wheeling Power—has asked the Public Service Commission (PSC) of West Virginia to approve a $226 million rate hike to improve infrastructure and recover from storm damage. The rate hike could raise monthly bills by 17 percent on average for about 477,000 customers in 24 counties.
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