For example, this explanation of "congestion."
And Independence Energy Connection seems to be missing this collection of cheesy videos that you've provided for "property owners" on your Wind Catcher Energy Connection website. I'm sure they apply to both projects.
After watching a few of these videos I can only conclude that AEP has absolutely NO self-awareness. Does AEP really think these videos will appeal to and reassure landowners that everything is going to be hunky dory? The technique of using multiple actors to recite talking points and finish each other's sentences is annoying. I'm not sure what presenting your information in that format was supposed to accomplish. Are the public supposed to find someone they identify with in the video and listen to their 10 words of information and reject the rest recited by the other people they don't like the looks of? Honestly, some of these guys look like deer in the headlights. If they're not comfortable presenting information, then the viewer is not comfortable receiving it. Or is the viewer supposed to feel like they're outnumbered and the only one going against the program? Whatever technique you were going for, I don't think it works.
And that's because of the actual information recited.
Such as this one, where AEP says they control what you can do on your land and you'll need AEP's permission to use it.
Or this one, where AEP lists all the things you might want to do with your land that they consider "encroachments." AEP will monitor what you do and may "insist" that "encroachments" be removed.
This one may be most shocking... because AEP calmly tells you how you may be shocked while around or under their high-voltage transmission lines. But it's not a risk to you. It just might be a bit uncomfortable. Forever. It's all perfectly safe.
So, let's see here... AEP has just told property owners being asked to host new transmission lines that AEP will become Big Brother to monitor what goes on on their properties forevermore, insist that they remove anything AEP doesn't like, and that they're probably going to be "nuisance" shocked constantly. Well, gosh, AEP, sign me up!!!
And AEP wonders why property owners oppose their projects?
One last thing, AEP. I sort of hate to play the race card and all, but why are all the people in your videos white, except for that lone token black guy? That's not what a cross-section of America looks like, in case that's what you were attempting.
AEP just keeps kicking itself in the butt. Nice going, knuckleheads!