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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

Investing in renewable energy resources

In August of 2014, LG&E and KU notified the Kentucky Public Service Commission of plans to pursue our request to construct a 10-megawatt solar generating facility in Mercer County at our E.W. Brown Generating Station. If approved, the facility...read more

Construction underway for E.W. Brown special waste landfill

Construction of the new 105-acre special waste landfill at E.W. Brown Generating Station in Harrodsburg, Kentucky is moving full steam ahead....read more

Employee spotlight: Phillip Johnson

A contract administrator by day, a steamboat engineer in his spare time, Phillip Johnson tells of his special connection to the Belle of Louisville as the Centennial Festival of Riverboats kicks off Oct. 14. read more

LG&E gas crew members save feline friend

While restoring service in the Goshen area after the Sept. 17 gas pipeline incident, an LG&E crew came across a stranded cat that had gone missing earlier in the week.   read more

Our energies go to serving you

Although we’re focused on our customers 365 days a year, we take a moment in October - Customer Commitment Month - to shine the spotlight on our customers and our commitment to serving you. read more

Thank you to Oldham County natural gas residents

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

Celebrate Southwest Jefferson County with a week of fun events

“Concert in the Park” kicks off a week of events leading up to the Oct. 11 Southwest Community Festival, sponsored by LG&E. read more

Employee spotlight: Tim Lush offers inspiration to the deaf community

Employee Tim Lush recently returned to the Kentucky School for the Deaf to inspire children at a career fair, showing LG&E and KU as a place of opportunity and diversity. read more

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