Beginning this week, national and local media outlets will profile the country’s natural gas infrastructure. LG&E — like many utilities nationwide — will be part of that coverage. As the media covers issues surrounding natural gas and its safe...read more
During the late afternoon of Sept. 17, a contract crew from Southern Pipeline excavated a natural gas pipeline for routine work along Highway 42 in Goshen, Kentucky. As the crew was wrapping up for the day, a portion of the line broke. Two of the...read more
With new conductor Teddy Abrams on board, the Louisville Orchestra is rejuvenated and ready to breathe new life into the community in the form of an exciting new schedule this fall — featuring two great series....read more
Former Senior Vice President of Energy Delivery, Chris Hermann, is an active volunteer in the community. Louisville’s Business First publication recently featured his service with the Metro United Way.
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
We're honored to be recognized by Site Selection Magazine as its top 10 U.S. utilities for supporting economic growth. The magazine praised us for helping companies create 10,303 jobs and invest nearly $2.6 billion in facility location or expansion projects during the prior year. Read more about it at bit.ly/1CBlTrO But the utilities’ reputation for dependability is growing in another way — one that’s also crucial to communities statewide. For the sixth time, Site Selection magazine has named LG&E and KU among its top 10 U.S. utilities for supporting economic growth within their service areas. LG&E and KU earn national praise for economic development | LG&E and KU