Kentucky has some of the nation’s lowest electricity rates on average, but energy bills aren’t affordable for every Kentuckian.
To address this, in 2021 the Office of Energy policy gathered committed individuals from state agencies, utility companies, and nonprofits and launched its Energy Affordability Work Group.
By John Mura Office of the Secretary Since Fall, about 1,500 state employees have been enjoying a brand new workspace, thanks to a public-private-partnership that enabled the five-story, 371,170-square-foot “300 Building” to be constructed on Sower Boulevard in Frankfort. Now, employees have another reason to feel good about […]
By Eileen Hardy Department for Energy Development and Independence The message bears repeating. “Good things are happening in Kentucky,” said Brad Thomas, associate manager of economic development at East Kentucky Power Cooperative, during his presentation to kick-off the “C-Suite Energy Forum” last January. And for the 30 corporate […]