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Last October AEP announced that it would sell Kentucky Power to Liberty Utilities. Since that time, both companies have shared their plans to transition customers to Liberty with state officials.
The Kentucky Public Service Commission (PSC) issued its order approving the transaction on May 4, 2022. The order from the PSC affirms that Liberty’s ownership of Kentucky Power is the best path forward for customers, communities and employees. The PSC’s order is a significant step in completing the transaction by summer 2022 to ensure that customer benefits associated with Liberty’s commitments to customers and supporting economic growth in eastern Kentucky are realized.
We are waiting for approval from the Public Service Commission of West Virginia and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission before we can move forward.
Electric rates will NOT increase. In fact, the transition plan proposed by Liberty and AEP will REDUCE customer bills through a series of transition funds and temporary bill credits.
You can learn more about Liberty, the vision for the future and their plans to grow in Kentucky at www.libertykentuckypower.com.
OPINION EDITORIAL: Kentucky Power to Liberty Transition
By: Brett Mattison, President and COO, Kentucky Power, March 14, 2022.
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