Thursday, January 16, 2014

LG&E, KU Plan to File Expanded Energy Efficiency Programs

Customers have achieved more than 330 megawatts of demand reduction through 2013

Louisville Gas and Electric Company and Kentucky Utilities Company will file Friday with the Kentucky Public Service Commission plans to expand several of the utilities’ most popular energy efficiency programs and introduce a new option.   
The LG&E and KU energy efficiency portfolio offers programs and financial incentives to help residential and commercial customers better manage their energy usage and to help offset customers’ costs for various energy-efficient products and services. 

I-69 Progress continues to move towards Webster County

by Matt Hughes
J-E News Editor
Interstate 69 got a little closer to finally reaching Webster County on Monday when Governor Steve Beshear announced the award of a contract to reconstruct a major interchange in the I-69 Corridor in Hopkins County.