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Kentucky Power urges customers to get ready for winter weather now

Before the cold, ice and snow become a common occurrence in eastern Kentucky weather forecasts, Kentucky Power is urging customers to take the necessary steps to be ready and stay safe throughout the winter.

Before the cold, ice and snow become a common occurrence in eastern Kentucky weather forecasts, Kentucky Power is urging customers to take the necessary steps to be ready and stay safe throughout the winter.


Kentucky Power grant awarded to Lawrence County will aid in economic development plans

Kentucky Power recently awarded a $30,000 economic development grant to Lawrence County. The grant is funded through the Kentucky Power Economic Growth Grant (KPEGG) program. 

Kentucky Power recently awarded a $30,000 economic development grant to Lawrence County. The grant is funded through the Kentucky Power Economic Growth Grant (KPEGG) program. 


Kentucky Power volunteers participate in ‘Read to Me Day’ today

More than 700 elementary students throughout 20 eastern Kentucky counties will be treated today to a riveting story read aloud by Kentucky Power volunteers about big dreams and perseverance.

More than 700 elementary students throughout 20 eastern Kentucky counties will be treated today to a riveting story read aloud by Kentucky Power volunteers about big dreams and perseverance.


Kentucky Power Plans Power Grid Improvements in Floyd and Johnson Counties

Kentucky Power officials plan upgrades to the electric transmission system in Floyd and Johnson counties and are hosting an in-person open house to share the proposed project with the community.

Kentucky Power officials plan upgrades to the electric transmission system in Floyd and Johnson counties and are hosting an in-person open house to share the proposed project with the community.


Kentucky Power helps families in need with bills this winter through energy assistance programs

 Kentucky Power-funded home energy assistance programs provide financial aid to families in need of help with wintertime electric bills. Applications for HEART, Home Energy Assistance in Reduced Temperatures (HEART), are now being accepted by Community Action groups, which administer these programs through their regional agencies. Applications for THAW, Temporary Heating Assistance in Winter, will be accepted starting January 9.

 Kentucky Power-funded home energy assistance programs provide financial aid to families in need of help with wintertime electric bills. Applications for HEART, Home Energy Assistance in Reduced Temperatures (HEART), are now being accepted by Community Action groups, which administer these programs through their regional agencies. Applications for THAW, Temporary Heating Assistance in Winter, will be accepted starting January 9.


Kentucky Power plans power grid improvements in Pike County

Kentucky Power officials plan upgrades to the electric transmission system in Pike County and are hosting an in-person open house to share the proposed upgrades with the community. 

Kentucky Power officials plan upgrades to the electric transmission system in Pike County and are hosting an in-person open house to share the proposed upgrades with the community. 


Kentucky Power grant awarded to One East Kentucky to benefit downtown revitalizations

Kentucky Power recently awarded a $270,000 economic development grant for One East Kentucky for downtown revitalization plans in six eastern Kentucky communities. The grant is funded through the Kentucky Power Economic Growth Grant (KPEGG) program. 

Kentucky Power recently awarded a $270,000 economic development grant for One East Kentucky for downtown revitalization plans in six eastern Kentucky communities. The grant is funded through the Kentucky Power Economic Growth Grant (KPEGG) program. 


Kentucky Power plans power grid improvements in Floyd County

Kentucky Power officials plan upgrades to the electric transmission system in Floyd County and are hosting an in-person open house to share the proposed upgrades with the community.

Kentucky Power officials plan upgrades to the electric transmission system in Floyd County and are hosting an in-person open house to share the proposed upgrades with the community.


Kentucky Power grants to SOAR, HPCEDA support economic development plans in several eastern Kentucky counties

Kentucky Power recently presented two non-profit organizations grant awards for their plans to bolster economic development in several eastern Kentucky counties. Hazard-Perry County Economic Development Alliance (HPCEDA) was awarded $25,000 and Shaping Our Appalachian Region, Inc. (SOAR), received $100,000. The grants are funded through the Kentucky Power Economic Growth Grant (KPEGG) program.

Kentucky Power recently presented two non-profit organizations grant awards for their plans to bolster economic development in several eastern Kentucky counties. Hazard-Perry County Economic Development Alliance (HPCEDA) was awarded $25,000 and Shaping Our Appalachian Region, Inc. (SOAR), received $100,000. The grants are funded through the Kentucky Power Economic Growth Grant (KPEGG) program.


Act now to reduce electric bill during winter

Kentucky Power offers heating tips and ways to manage bills.

Kentucky Power offers heating tips and ways to manage bills.


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