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Supercharge your technology in Kentucky

With our competitive electric rates, excellent reliability and business-friendly climate, there’s no question that Kentucky is the best place for business.

Why do companies choose to do business in Kentucky?

  • In 2016, 54 new companies and 257 expansion projects were announced, resulting in 16,190 jobs and $3.1 billion in investment.
  • Kentucky has finished among the top 15 states in the nation for the last five years in a row.
  • Kentucky's three largest cities all ranked among Forbes' Best Places for Business.

Renewable Projects

Renewable energy sources such as wind, hydro and solar are playing a more prominent role in the nation’s energy mix. 

Learn more about LG&E and KU's renewable projects.

What makes us shine brighter than the rest?

LG&E and KU's average industrial rate for data centers is $0.068 per kWh with a 2,500 kW load at 90% load factor.

And when IT represents 30-40% of a typical company's energy consumption and corporate data center operating costs are reportedly growing by 20% per year, these numbers can make a big difference.

LG&E and KU provide exceptional reliability, a key factor to ensure smooth operations on a daily basis.

Kentucky offers competitive incentives to those interested in moving or building their data center or technology business here.

Kentucky also boasts a low cost of doing business and a low risk of natural disasters, both of which are highly desirable when searching for the perfect location for your data center or technology business.