KU Urges Energy Conservation

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Updated: 1/07 12:16 am
Kentucky Utilities is urging customers to voluntarily cut back on electricity use Monday night and Tuesday morning because of the increased demand caused by bitterly cold weather.

KU is not calling this an emergency. But the company is urging people to turn down their thermostats and to consider other energy-saving actions, such as using a microwave instead of an oven for cooking.

This advisory last through the night and into Tuesday morning. Keep checking ABC 36 News for updates.
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