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. ...read more
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 flooding....read more
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.
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.
In recognition of National Engineers Week, meet some of the engineers who play valuable roles in the day-to-day operation of our company. Today’s feature focuses on Mechanical Engineer, Lesley Hill.
They won’t clean your floors like a Dyson or roam your home like a Roomba, but the new fabric-filter baghouses being constructed on generating units at LG&E and KU have been described as “vacuum cleaners on steroids.”
LG&E and KU’s Energy Efficiency WeCare Program helps income-eligible customers weatherize their homes. Six new vehicles are bringing energy-saving services to customers in need of assistance.
Flowers are nice and candy is fine, but one Valentine’s gift that’s always appreciated is a Home Utility Gift (HUG) certificate.
A HUG credits the utility account of any LG&E, KU or ODP customer in the amount you choose (minimum $25). When y...read more
Spring cleaning? While you sanitize and reorganize, get rid of your old, working fridge or freezer too! Learn how you can earn $50 at http://goo.gl/imn1uD
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Does today's weather have you thinking about summer? Sign up for Demand Conservation today and earn credit on your summer utility bills. https://lge-ku.com/saving-energy-money/demand-conservation The Demand Conservation device is attached to your home and connected to your central air conditioner or heat pump. Once installed, it is used to briefly interrupt your air conditioner's cycles on "peak" summer days to reduce demand for electricity. More than 165,000 customers are already participa… Demand Conservation | LG&E and KU