Lights, Crews, Action!

We're spotlighting our line technicians during National Lineman Appreciation Day. read more

National Safe Digging Month

With the increasing warmth of the season come increased thoughts of making home upgrades and repairs, or putting renovation projects in motion. But one detail that often gets overlooked is how to safely execute those projects, particularly more

Tree seedling giveaway

LG&E and KU celebrate Earth Day with free tree seedling giveaways across the state. read more

LG&E Center ‘goes blue’ to support the Kentucky Wildcats

Regardless of where your loyalties lie, the University of Kentucky Wildcats have generated much excitement and earned national attention for their undefeated season, as the men’s basketball team heads to the Final Four tournament in more

Cane Run generating unit retired

First of three units retired at site as company’s new natural gas facility nears completion read more

The return of the peregrine falcons

While record snow and frigid temperatures hit the region in early March, the extreme weather conditions didn’t faze the determined peregrine falcons who have made Mill Creek Generating Station in southwest Louisville home this nesting season. more

Prepare for extreme weather conditions

With the drastic weather changes coming into our region, LG&E and KU encourage customers to follow a few simple steps to plan and prepare for inclement weather, particularly during times of heavy rain, snow, sleet and possible more

Needed relief for Kentucky shelters and families struggling after record cold

LG&E and KU are providing support to area shelters and community action agencies, by increasing heating assistance program contributions. read more

Meet Mechanical Engineer Nathan Romero

As National Engineering Week continues, we check in with Mechanical Engineer Nathan Romero who is based at the Mill Creek Generating Station. Prior to working at LG&E and KU, Romero designed and built race cars. read more

Avoid the hurt from hot water

We all enjoy a nice hot shower or bath. But if the water’s too hot, it can be a dangerous thing. Here are a few simple steps you can take to keep you and your family safe from hot water harm. read more