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Kentucky Power’s Power Up the Pantry becomes annual event

Kentucky Power is partnering with WYMT and local businesses to Power Up the Pantry and replenish depleted area food pantries for the second year. The inaugural event in 2019 collected a one-day near record 7.5 tons of food and more than $17,000. The second daylong event is planned for August 26.

Kentucky Power is partnering with WYMT and local businesses to Power Up the Pantry and replenish depleted area food pantries for the second year. The inaugural event in 2019 collected a one-day near record 7.5 tons of food and more than $17,000. The second daylong event is planned for August 26.


Kentucky Power awards grants to Eastern Kentucky teachers

AEP Teacher Vision Grants from Kentucky Power have enabled local educators to improve student learning in the classroom.

AEP Teacher Vision Grants from Kentucky Power have enabled local educators to improve student learning in the classroom.


Kentucky Power to distribute free low-growth saplings

In celebration of Earth Day and Arbor Day, Kentucky Power is giving away thousands of low-growth tree saplings to customers on Saturday May 1.

In celebration of Earth Day and Arbor Day, Kentucky Power is giving away thousands of low-growth tree saplings to customers on Saturday May 1.


Kentucky Power contributes $5,000 to Facing Hunger Foodbank for mobile food deliveries

During the February ice storms, Kentucky Power external affairs partnered with Facing Hunger Foodbank by providing a $5,000 contribution for mobile food deliveries in eastern Kentucky.

During the February ice storms, Kentucky Power external affairs partnered with Facing Hunger Foodbank by providing a $5,000 contribution for mobile food deliveries in eastern Kentucky.


Red Cross uses AEP Foundation funded ERV to support flood victims

In 2017, Kentucky Power and the AEP Foundation found another way to collaborate using a common vision—helping the people of our region.  An AEP Foundation grant was used to purchase an Emergency Response Vehicle (ERV) to assist the American Red Cross when natural disasters hit eastern Kentucky. 

In 2017, Kentucky Power and the AEP Foundation found another way to collaborate using a common vision—helping the people of our region.  An AEP Foundation grant was used to purchase an Emergency Response Vehicle (ERV) to assist the American Red Cross when natural disasters hit eastern Kentucky. 


Help Available for Businesses

National and local resources are available to help businesses navigate the Coronavirus pandemic.

National and local resources are available to help businesses navigate the Coronavirus pandemic.


COVID-19 Update

Kentucky Power is committed to the health and safety of our customers, communities and employees. We’re closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic. While the days ahead may look different than what we’re all used to, we don’t anticipate any disruption in our ability to provide power to our customers. 

Kentucky Power is committed to the health and safety of our customers, communities and employees. We’re closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic. While the days ahead may look different than what we’re all used to, we don’t anticipate any disruption in our ability to provide power to our customers. 


Red Cross and Kentucky Power install free smoke alarms on Martin Luther King Day of Service

Kentucky Power joined the American Red Cross Eastern Kentucky Chapter and three volunteer fire departments on Martin Luther King Day of Service to provide free smoke detectors.

Kentucky Power joined the American Red Cross Eastern Kentucky Chapter and three volunteer fire departments on Martin Luther King Day of Service to provide free smoke detectors.


Kentucky Power employees come to the rescue, efforts noted on social media

In the span of a few weeks, not one, but two Kentucky Power employees came to the aid of women facing life-threatening circumstances. Whitesburg's Marshall Ison and Marion Blair each rescued a woman they came across on the job.

In the span of a few weeks, not one, but two Kentucky Power employees came to the aid of women facing life-threatening circumstances. Whitesburg's Marshall Ison and Marion Blair each rescued a woman they came across on the job.


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