AEP Texas Restores Power to Thousands in San Angelo


SAN ANGELO, TX – Thousands of residents in San Angelo regained power last night after days of no electricity.

According to the City of San Angelo's Public Information Office, last night, on Feb 17, AEP Texas received the capacity from ERCOT that gave AEP the ability to close all the breakers in San Angelo.

This allowed AEP to begin restoring power to residents and businesses in San Angelo.

At the peak, 21,500 customers were out of power. There are now 1,150 customers without
power as of 10:30 a.m. this morning. Every AEP person/crew available is in the field working to pick up the meters that have not been energized.

If a customer is still without power, please contact the AEP call center 866-223-8508
or submit a form online at That will log a ticket for your account
and let the crews know what needs to be worked on locally.

Please check your breakers at your home to make sure the issue is not from your end before you call. AEP Texas continues to monitor the situation at a local and a state level.

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