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AEP putting up money to keep jobs here

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  1. OPAE is administering a $1 million grant from AEP’s Partnership with Ohio funds to fund roof repairs and replacements, and electric service upgrades to permit the weatherization of low-income homes. OPAE also received $16.1 million from AEP to provide electric efficiency services to low-income households. These resources are helping support hundreds of green collar jobs.

    For every talent that poverty has stimulated it has blighted a hundred.
    John W. Gardner

    Dave Rinebolt
    Executive Director and Counsel
    Ohio Partners for Affordable Energy
    231 West Lima Street
    PO Box 1793
    Findlay, OH 45839-1793
    Tel — 419-425-8860
    Cell – 614-975-8692
    FAX – 419-425-8862
    http://www.ohiopartners.org

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