AEP has been aggressively signing wind power deals, both on its own account and through subsidiaries, but I hadn't heard of any major new farms coming to Ohio. (That article, for example, reported on a contract AEP signed a few months ago for power from an Indiana farm.)
Interestingly, AEP seems to be betting orders of magnitude more on wind than solar at the moment for its renewable portfolio. When CBF reported on a new solar deal AEP just signed, it was a contract with a 10MW solar facility currently under construction near Toledo. The same article mentioned that the company currently has contracts for nearly 1800MW of wind power.