Your cooperative is fighting to keep costs affordable
Like groceries, gasoline and inflation, energy costs are rising.
Since mid-2021, the cost of fuel for power plants and market power has skyrocketed. Likely, you have seen the impact on your monthly power bill, especially during hot summer months and cold winter months when your air-conditioning and heating systems are working harder, driving electric usage up.
Your electric cooperative is working hard to keep costs affordable and service reliable.
Understanding charges on your electric bill
Standing up for our co-op members
The leader of the electric cooperative that supplies our power has sent a series of letters to our nation’s President detailing the impact of government policies on the reliability and affordability of electric service to people in Kentucky and around the nation.
- April 10, 2023 letter to President Biden: Storm Elliott exposes growing reliability issues
- August 22, 2022 letter to President Biden: Mounting warnings of looming reliability crisis
- March 3, 2022 letter to President Biden: Maintaining U.S. energy independence
- November 30, 2021 letter to President Biden: The value of energy flexibility
- July 13, 2021 letter to President Biden: Fuel security’s role in 24/7/365 energy
- April 14, 2021 letter to President Biden: Texas/Midwest storms expose weaknesses
- February 12, 2021 letter to President Biden: Growing concerns for reliability