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Chairman & CEO

Nicholas K. Akins

CEO Approval Rating

71/100

Annual Revenue
$27.5B
Employees
16,690
Funding
$4M

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AEP Quarterly and Annual Revenue

Trailing 12-Months Trend (TTM)

Annual Revenue

$27.5B

AEP's revenue is the ranked 2nd among it's top 10 competitors. The top 10 competitors average 15.6B. Over the last four quarters, AEP's revenue has grown by 9.5%. Specifically, in Q2 2021's revenue was $3.8B; in Q1 2021, it was $4.3B; in Q4 2020, it was $15.6B; in Q2 2020, AEP's revenue was $3.5B.

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AEP Headquarters

1 Riverside Plaza

Columbus, Ohio43215

614-716-1000

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AEP Summary

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Overview

American Electric Power engages in generation, transmission and distribution of electric power to retail customers. AEP was founded in 1906. AEP's headquarters is located in Columbus, Ohio, USA 43215. AEP's Chairman & CEO, Nicholas K. Akins, currentl...

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AEP's Chairman & CEO, Nicholas K. Akins, currently has an approval rating of 71%. AEP's primary competitors are CenterPoint, Duke Energy & Entergy.

Website

aep.com

Frequently Asked Questions about AEP

  1. When was AEP founded?

    AEP was founded in 1906
  2. Who is AEP's CEO?

    AEP's CEO is Nicholas K. Akins
  3. How much revenue does AEP generate?

    AEP generates $27.5B in revenue
  4. How much funding does AEP have?

    AEP has historically raised $4M in funding
  5. Where is AEP's headquarters?

    AEP's headquarters is in Columbus Ohio, USA
  1. How many employees does AEP have?

    AEP has 16,690 employees
  2. What sector does AEP operate in?

    AEP is in Electric, Water & Gas Utilities
  3. Who are AEP's competitors?

    AEP's top competitors are CenterPoint, Duke Energy, Entergy
  4. Who has AEP invested in?

    AEP's has invested in companies such as Fortress, Allumia, Urbint

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