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Ground Breaking for 60-Acre Solar Farm in Clark County, KY

Kentucky’s Touchstone Energy Cooperatives broke ground Tuesday on Cooperative Solar Farm One, a 60-acre solar farm located in Clark County, Ky.

Trump Chooses Kentucky Native for Key Energy Post

Kentucky native Neil Chatterjee has been chosen by President Donald Trump to serve on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

The longtime aide to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has a background with electric cooperatives, having previously worked for the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association.

“Over the years he has played an integral role in the passage of major energy, highway, and farm legislation,” reads a White House statement announcing Chatterjee’s nomination.

Legislative Update May 1, 2017

Encouraged to ride the strength of rural America’s voting clout, leaders from Kentucky’s electrical cooperatives descended on Capitol Hill in late April, making sure that Congress is aware of issues which affect the delivery of safe, reliable and affordable electricity.

Kentucky Electric Cooperative Students Visit Frankfort

April 14, 2017

On April 13, Kentucky cooperatives hosted students to an educational day in Frankfort as part of the Rural Electric Youth Tour Program. In all, 160 students and chaperons from 19 cooperatives participated.

2017 WIRE Scholarships

December 6, 2016

Since 1989, the Kentucky Chapter of Women in Rural Electrification (WIRE) has offered college scholarships to Kentucky college students to help them finish their degree. WIRE is now taking 2017 applications for three $1,000 scholarships.​

Power Restoration

Ever wonder how we decide where to start working after a major storm? This short video explains the steps in power restoration.

PSC Approves Big Rivers Electric Solar Energy Projects

Seven small arrays are for testing, demonstration and education

from a Kentucky Pubic Service Commission press release 

Kentucky Co-ops Applaud Trump Clean Power Plan Executive Order

LOUISVILLE, Ky — Kentucky Association of Electric Cooperatives (KAEC) President and CEO Chris Perry issued the following statement on President Trump’s executive order on the Clean Power Plan:

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