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It is impossible to accurately predict how long it may take to restore power outages, according to American Electric Power. Typically, an outage lasts a few hours before power is restored. Major storms hinder restoration... More »

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As of 2015, AEP electricity rates can be found on the official AEP energy website; rates vary depending on the region in which a business or home is located. In various states, such as Ohio, Texas and Virginia, AEP provi... More »

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Pay your AEP electric bill by logging in to your online account through the specific local subsidiary website, locating the Pay My Bill section and following the prompts to send the payment. Online accounts typically sup... More »

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To find out about power outages in Massachusetts, go to the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency's website. The website provides up-to-date information on which portions of Massachusetts are experiencing power outag... More »

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One of the main methods to view current power outages is through an energy company's website. Energy companies that provide a specific region with energy most likely contain a power outage map feature. If a map is not av... More »

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Michigan both keeps a record of and holds a record for power outages. Power outages in the United States for the past 15 years can be found at InsideEnergy.org and can be sorted by state to show the list specific to the ... More »

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To view a map of power outages using the Oncor Storm Center, connect to the Internet, and navigate to Oncor's Storm Center webpage. A map appears displaying current power outages. This map is interactive and is panned by... More »

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