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Tell the PSC to reject Appalachian Power's $1 billion plant transfer!

American Electric Power, which owns Appalachian Power, is proposing to transfer ownership of the John Amos and Mitchell coal-fired power plants to their West Virginia subsidiary. This would cost Appalachian Power customers more than $1.1 billion and is likely to produce future rate increases.

Instead of raising our rates, Appalachian Power should aggressively expand energy efficiency programs to lower our electric bills and create thousands of jobs in our communities.

Tell the Public Service Commission to reject Appalachian Power's proposal and direct them to invest in lower cost options like energy efficiency.

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Appalachian Power should also be diversifying their fuel stock through affordable, clean electricity generation. ApCo has yet to issue a Request for Proposals (RFP) to look into energy sources. ApCo should immediately start an RFP process to determine the best options for providing clean electricity and energy efficiency to its customers.

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