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Louisiana Integrated Resource Plan

Louisiana Integrated Resource Plan
SWEPCO has initiated the process of developing an Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) to submit to the Louisiana Public Service Commission (LPSC) in August 2015. Stakeholder engagement is part of the IRP process.

A Critical Message About Copper Theft
Copper theft is illegal and can kill, so protect yourself and your loved ones by learning more.
Venita McCellon-Allen, President of SWEPCO talks about storm preparedness and tips for handing a power outage.
Power line safety
Serious injury, even death, can be caused by accidental contact with power lines. These accidents and injuries can be avoided if you are aware of your surroundings and follow basic safety precautions. Southwestern Electric Power Company has created this short video that shows you how to stay safe around overhead and underground power lines. Please take three minutes to watch this video. It could be the difference between life and death.

The Value of Electricity
You may not realize how much you use electricity everyday. If you think about the number of times you turn on a light switch or make a meal, you can see that electricity can be a tremendous value! Learn how SWEPCO is working to bring this modern convenience to you as affordably and efficiently as possible.
Flint Creek
Flint Creek Power Plant - The Arkansas Public Service Commission has determined that the installation of additional environmental controls at the 528-megawatt, coal-fueled Flint Creek Power Plant in Gentry, Ark., is in the public interest.
Eagle Watch
Eagle Watch Nature Trail - SWEPCO's Flint Creek Power Plant in Northwest Arkansas is home to the Eagle Watch Nature Trail, including a half-mile trail and wildlife viewing pavilion that is open to the public year-round

John W. Turk, Jr. Power Plant
John W. Turk, Jr. Power Plant - The new 600-megawatt, coal-fueled power plant in Southwest Arkansas began commercial operations on Dec. 20, 2012. Using advanced coal technology, the plant is now providing baseload power for SWEPCO customers.
Renewable energy for SWEPCO
Renewable energy for SWEPCO - SWEPCO has long-term power purchase agreements for 469 megawatts of wind energy from wind farms in Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas, including 359 megawatts announced in January 2012.
VIDEO: Anatomy of an Electric System
VIDEO: Anatomy of an Electric System - Learn about electricity and how to stay safe around it.
Speakers Bureau
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New construction service requests:
If you are building a new facility or home, you can learn about requirements for electric service, view SWEPCO’s illustrated Electric Service Handbook, and use convenient online forms to request temporary or permanent electric service.
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