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2.7 - Markets served (including geographic breakdown, sectors served, and types of customers/beneficiaries).

At December 31, 2011, the subsidiaries of AEP had a total of 18,710 employees. Because it is a holding company rather than an operating company, AEP has no employees.

Public Utility Subsidiaries of AEP Service Territory # of Employees Retail Customers
APCo Virginia and southern West Virginia 2,176 960,000
I&M Indiana and southwestern Michigan 2,671 582,000
KPCo Kentucky 415 173,000
KgPCo Tennessee 50 47,000
OPCo Ohio 3,256 1,460,000
PSO Oklahoma 1,131 532,000
SWEPCo Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas 1,462 521,000
TCC Texas 997 787,000
TNC Texas 319 186,000
WPCo West Virginia 52 41,000

Organized in Ohio in 1982, AEGCo is an electric generating company. AEGCo sells power at wholesale to OPCo, I&M and KPCo. AEGCo has no employees.


AEP also owns a service company subsidiary, AEPSC. AEPSC provides accounting, administrative, information systems, engineering, financial, legal, maintenance and other services at cost to the AEP affiliated companies. The executive officers of AEP and certain of its public utility subsidiaries are employees of AEPSC. At December 31, 2011, AEPSC had 4,977 employees.

More information on each of AEP's regulated utility operations.