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See Ghent Station employees move a 55-ton rotor in 70 seconds

Through the magic of time-lapse video, get an up-close look as employees and contractors from Ghent orchestrate moving Unit 4’s generator rotor for inspection. read more

Heating assistance program funds available for residents in need

Matching donations from customers and LG&E and KU help to pay utility bills as utilities urge winter safety. read more

Business First names LG&E and KU ‘Healthiest Employer’

For the third year, Louisville publication Business First has given LG&E and KU the “Healthiest Employer Award” for wellness programs and offerings to employees. read more

A major milestone in recycling

The Fridge and Freezer Recycling program reaches 20,000 mark; more than three million pounds of metal and plastic have been recycled rather than placed in a landfill...read more

We honor our employees who have served their country

This Veteran’s Day, we honor our more than 300 employees, co-ops and interns at our company who have served their country in the U.S. armed forces. Meet two of our employees who after serving in the air force, made careers at LG&E and KU....read more

Construction continues at Cane Run 7

It’s an exciting time at Cane Run Station as we get closer to completing the construction of our new $640-million natural gas combined cycle generating unit. read more

LG&E and KU announce plans to request base rate increases

Key factors include investments to secure generation supply and enhanve reliability; rates to remain well below national averages read more

No Doubt about it, Efficiency pays.

Apply for up to $50,000 in rebates per facility per year with the LG&E and KU Commercial Rebate Program....read more

Beware of energy ‘vampires’ lurking in your home

Did you know that certain household devices are sucking the energy out of your home and money from your wallet? Find out some simple energy efficiency tips to keep these energy vampires at bay. read more

Expect future engineers from Elizabethtown, Kentucky

More than 800 E-town students participate in the “Project Lead the Way” program focusing on engineering, science, technology and math. LG&E and KU is a founding partner of this statewide program. read more

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