Host EV charging stations at your business

LG&E and KU offer business customers the opportunity to host charging stations.

Business customers may host one or more charging stations to be located in a suitable location on their property that is mutually agreed upon by LG&E and KU and the company. It is up to the station host to determine if the hosted stations will be publicly or privately accessible. 

The stations include space for customer branding and have charging plugs that lock in the stand when not in use. The stations also have digital display screens and quick-pay options for a convenient customer experience. 

a blue painted parking spot designated as a charging station


  • Must be an LG&E or KU business customer.
  • Station host must agree to host the station(s) for at least 5 years.
  • Station host must bear the costs of the stations, including maintenance, installation and energy usage. These costs are covered via an initial installation fee and an ongoing monthly hosting fee. 
electric vehicle charger

Charging station options

  • Charging stations can be designated for public or private use, and hosts will determine the charging station locations on their property.
  • Stations may be located on the customer side or utility side of the electric meter, and costs are determined based on the location of the stations in relation to the electric meter.
  • Station hosts pay for installation costs of charging station, including wiring, conduit, protective bollards, etc.
  • Estimated one-time installation costs per station will range from $650 - $20,000.
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Pricing list & models

Charging station options for LG&E customers

Charging station options for KU customers

Business partners

YUM! Brands

YUM! Brands became the utilities’ first commercial customer to host charging stations for employees at their Louisville headquarters. This site has two EV chargers.

Hilton Garden Inn

Hilton Garden Inn was the first hotel in the Louisville area to host a charging station at their St. Mathews location. This site has one EV charger. 

Bluegrass Airport

Bluegrass Airport, located in Lexington, Kentucky, was the utilities’ first airport to install a charging station. This site has one EV charger. 

Hyatt House

Hyatt House became the utilities’ fourth commercial customer, and second hotel to welcome EV charging stations. This site has one EV charger. 

Old School Market

Old School Market became the utilities’ fifth commercial customer, and the first in Magnolia, Kentucky. This site has one EV charger. 

Crowne Apartments at “The Summit”

Crowne Apartments at “The Summit” in Louisville became the utilities’ sixth commercial customer, and first apartment complex. This site has four EV chargers.

Crestwood Commons

Crestwood Commons became the utilities’ seventh commercial customer, making it the second apartment to host stations and the first in Oldham County. This site has one EV charger. 

MOLO Village

MOLO Village became the utilities’ eighth commercial customer, and first on the West Side of Louisville in Russell neighborhood. MOLO was also the first non-profit to host a station. This site has one EV charger. 

UK Cornerstone Garage

University of Kentucky Cornerstone Garage became the utilities’ ninth commercial customer, and first university to host a charging station. This site has one EV charger.

Courtesy Acura Lexington

Courtesy Acura Lexington became the utilities’ tenth commercial customer, and first car dealership. Courtesy Acura Lexington was also the first to host both options: KU Network on the outside of the dealership and Non-Network in the inside of the dealership. This site has two EV chargers.

JCPS Van Hoose

Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) Van Hoose location became the utilities’ eleventh commercial customer, and first JCPS location. The station is for employees and this site has one EV charger.


Houston-Johnson, Inc. (HJI) became the utilities’ twelfth commercial customer, and first employer to install station for their fleet.

Zoeller Pump Company

Zoeller Pump Company became the companies thirteenth commercial customer to host charging stations. The utilities’ first manufacturing facility to host charging stations for their employees at their Corporate Headquarters in Louisville. The site has two dual port EV chargers to charge four EVs.



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