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‘Energy Matters’ TV spot focuses on infrastructure investments

A new series begins airing this week on WLKY-TV in Louisville. Dubbed “Energy Matters,” the first 60-second spot in the series is designed to educate customers about the LG&E and KU’s ongoing investments to enhance reliability, improve the...read more

Employee Spotlight: Business First names Rudy Spencer ‘Forty Under 40’ honoree

LG&E and KU Customer Service Performance Analyst, Rudy Spencer, recently was recognized by Louisville’s Business First publication in their annual “Forty Under 40” list. read more

Visit us at the Kentucky State Fair

The state fair is off and running, and LG&E and KU volunteers will be there to greet fairgoers and celebrate this annual event, which runs through Aug. 24. read more

National 811 Day: Get the lowdown on what’s underground

LG&E and KU advise customers to call Kentucky 811 (or Virginia 811) to prevent digging into and damaging underground utilities. read more

Behind the scenes: safety gets an extra hand

Many of our employees wear protective gear like rubber gloves and sleeves when working around high voltage. Even the tiniest hole can be detrimental to a worker. Meet the team who's responsible for spotting them.  read more

More than 300 volunteers turn out for LG&E and KU’s Day of Caring

Recently LG&E and KU employees, their families and friends volunteered throughout Kentucky and Virginia to make a difference in their communities. read more

Volunteers partner with nearly 20 nonprofits in 10 cities Aug. 2

This Saturday marks LG&E and KU’s single largest annual volunteerism event. read more

Joining forces with Louisville Metro Police for National Night Out

An upcoming LMPD event encourages community members to turn on their porch lights and connect with neighbors. read more

Award-winning iPad app surveys transmission lines

LG&E and KU employees have developed an app to streamline the inspection of the company's 5,500 miles of transmission lines. CIO Magazine recently recognized the effort for operational and strategic excellence in information technology. read more

LG&E and KU announce Kentucky’s first megawatt-scale carbon capture pilot project

LG&E and KU, UK Center for Applied Energy Research, Department of Energy and Carbon Management Research Group partner to place carbon capture research system at E.W. Brown Generating Station read more

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