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Utilities suspend residential disconnects, waive late payment fees

Utilities working with customers who may be negatively impacted.

KU and LG&E offer safety tips for those dealing with flooding

Utility companies offer safety tips to flood victims.

Electric cooperative rates increase in 12 Kentucky counties

Electric cooperative rates increase in 12 Kentucky counties

East Kentucky electric rates change, resident costs may drop

A power company rate increase coupled with a surcharge elimination may leave Eastern Kentucky residents with some extra cash in the coming months.

Power outage in Frankfort

The Frankfort Plant Board says there is an electric outage in the Collins Lane area.

Power outage affects 2,000 customers in Pimlico Parkway area

Kentucky Untilities says the outage is from a tree limb on power line.

Duke wins OK to install meters that can be read remotely

Duke Energy Kentucky has won approval to begin replacing old electric and natural gas meters with devices that can be read remotely unless the customer opts out.

Kentucky Utilities, LG&E closing several coal ash ponds

Prompted by new federal regulations, the state's two largest utility companies are closing several storage ponds that collect the coal ash burned by power plants.

Energy-storing batteries will cut peak usage in Glasgow

The Glasgow Electric Plant Board is installing electricity-storing batteries at dozens of homes to help reduce emissions during peak energy demand.

Berea police keeping the peace with all-electric motorcycle

Police in one central Kentucky town are keeping the peace with a new all-electric, virtually silent motorcycle.

Proposed electric increases fuel governor’s race

Rising electric bills are playing an outsized role in the race for Kentucky's next governor.

Hearing set next week on proposed utility rate increases

People who want to comment on proposed rate increases for Louisville Gas and Electric and Kentucky Utilities will have a chance during a hearing next week in Frankfort.

GE to bring hourly workers back to Appliance Park

General Electric plans to start bringing hourly workers back to Appliance Park next week following a massive fire.

Arson investigators still searching for clues in GE plant fire

Still no word on what caused a massive fire at the General Electric plant in Louisville.

Massive fire breaks out at GE’s Appliance Park in Louisville

A fire has erupted at General Electric's Appliance Park in Louisville, Kentucky, shutting down production at the sprawling manufacturing center that employs thousands.

Downed Power Line Shuts Down Versailles Road

A downed power line shut down Versailles Road near New Circle Monday morning.

Big Rivers Electric Customers to See Price Increase

Rates for Big Rivers Electric Corp. customers will be going up, but they won't rise as much as expected and customers won't see the price bump until next year.

Staying Safe and Warm when the Storm Hits

As a late winter storm inches closer to the Bluegrass, the Kentucky Public Service Commission is offering advice to those who lose power or who attempt to clear away debris from the storm.

Public Service Commission Asks Utility Companies To Work With Customers On Bills

The Kentucky Public Service Commission (PSC) is calling on the state’s electric and natural gas utilities to work with customers who are having difficulty paying paying their heating bills.

Funai Electric Bringing 50 High-Paying Jobs to Fayette Co.

On Thursday, Governor Steve Beshear announced plans from Funai Electric Company to bring a subsidiary company to Lexington.

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