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SWEPCO earns 2022 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year awards

The company received ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year in Arkansas for the eighth consecutive year and the Sustained Excellence award for the sixth consecutive year. The Louisiana and Texas program received ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year recognition for the second year in a row.

The company received ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year in Arkansas for the eighth consecutive year and the Sustained Excellence award for the sixth consecutive year. The Louisiana and Texas program received ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year recognition for the second year in a row.


5 Safety Tips for Flooding

Heavy rains and flooding can be dangerous to the public in many ways. Here are five important safety tips to keep in mind.

Heavy rains and flooding can be dangerous to the public in many ways. Here are five important safety tips to keep in mind.


SWEPCO announces new surcharge for February 2021 winter storm

A new fuel surcharge will go into effect April 29, 2022, for Texas customers to help recover extraordinary costs associated with the February 2021 winter storm.

A new fuel surcharge will go into effect April 29, 2022, for Texas customers to help recover extraordinary costs associated with the February 2021 winter storm.


SWEPCO updates estimated times of restoration

Much of the work left to be done includes areas that are difficult to access. 

Much of the work left to be done includes areas that are difficult to access. 


More than 900 SWEPCO employees, contractors restoring power

More than 930 SWEPCO and contract employees are working to quickly restore power to approximately 12,400 customers who remain without power after severe storms on Tuesday and Wednesday. At the peak, approximately 65,000 customers were without power.

More than 930 SWEPCO and contract employees are working to quickly restore power to approximately 12,400 customers who remain without power after severe storms on Tuesday and Wednesday. At the peak, approximately 65,000 customers were without power.


SWEPCO continues storm restoration work

SWEPCO employees and contractors are working quickly and safely to restore service after several lines of storms hit the Ark-La-Tex late Tuesday and today.

SWEPCO employees and contractors are working quickly and safely to restore service after several lines of storms hit the Ark-La-Tex late Tuesday and today.


SWEPCO power restoration continues; Additional assistance requested

SWEPCO and contract crews continue to assess damage and work safely to restore power to 40,500 customers in Northwest Louisiana and East Texas after severe storms pushed through the area overnight. Additional storms are forecast for the Ark-La-Tex region, which could impact restoration efforts.

SWEPCO and contract crews continue to assess damage and work safely to restore power to 40,500 customers in Northwest Louisiana and East Texas after severe storms pushed through the area overnight. Additional storms are forecast for the Ark-La-Tex region, which could impact restoration efforts.


SWEPCO restoring power after severe storms

Nearly 46,000 SWEPCO customers are without power after severe weather swept through the Ark-La-Tex overnight.

Nearly 46,000 SWEPCO customers are without power after severe weather swept through the Ark-La-Tex overnight.


SWEPCO shares updated estimated times of power restoration after severe storms

More severe storms are forecast for late afternoon and early evening, which may delay workers’ progress in restoring power.

More severe storms are forecast for late afternoon and early evening, which may delay workers’ progress in restoring power.


SWEPCO restoring power following overnight storm

Some of the hardest hit areas include Henderson, Texas, and Shreveport and Hornbeck in Louisiana. 

Some of the hardest hit areas include Henderson, Texas, and Shreveport and Hornbeck in Louisiana. 


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