Power is only part of what we provide.

We’re installing technology to reduce outages and making our energy grid stronger. These are just some of the ways we’re investing in Kentucky’s energy future.

  • Many projects are underway to strengthen our energy grid.
  • New technology will reduce outage time and duration.
  • Advanced meters give customers greater control over their energy use.
  • Customers now have more solar options and energy-saving tips.

Automated power restoration

Automated power restoration

New technology will allow us to better detect when an outage occurs, isolate and pinpoint damage to a smaller area, making power restoration more efficient.

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Making our energy grid stronger

Making our energy grid stronger

Our energy superhighways are getting an upgrade.

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Advanced meters

Advanced meters

New meters will give customers more access to energy use, and, when combined with new technology, improve power restoration.

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Solar options

Solar options

We're offering more opportunities for customers interested in solar energy for their home or business.

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Energy-saving tips

Energy-saving tips

Want to save energy and money? We can help.

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Electric vehicle charging stations

Electric vehicle charging stations

We're helping expand the number of public and private charging stations in an effort to support drivers of electric vehicles.

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Improving land and water quality

Improving land and water quality

We’re investing in our power plants to protect the environment and the communities we serve.

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Outsmarting outages with new technology

Posted | August 3, 2018
Imagine sitting down to dinner with family and lightning strikes a nearby utility pole, causing a power outage. Hundreds or even thousands of people could be without power....more

Advancing new technology and innovation

Posted | March 6, 2017
LG&E and KU's new Energy Storage Research and Demonstration site at. E.W. Brown Station in Mercer County became fully operational on Jan. 31. The site, in collaboration with...more