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The faces of Big Sandy RECC and their members. Watch video highlights from their annual meeting here:

Randy Meredith, Director of Safety and Training for Kentucky Electric Cooperatives, captured these stunning images of the northern lights from Edmonson County.

Co-ops join @kyoag Russell Coleman challenging the EPA over its unlawful power plant rule.
We urge all Kentuckians to speak up for reliable, affordable power.

@kyoag “As member-owned cooperatives, we have a duty to fight for the Kentuckians at the end of the line who pay the price when bureaucrats carelessly inflict unrealistic and harmful regulations,” said Chris Perry, president and CEO of Kentucky Electric Cooperatives.

@kyoag “The EPA’s rule is an assault on the electric reliability Kentucky relies on to keep our communities safe, healthy and prosperous.”

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