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More than 160 Kentucky co-op personnel and contractors in Louisiana
Kentucky co-op crews helping restore power in Louisiana are sharing photos of their experience and the devastation left behind by Hurricane Ida 11 days ago. The photos show homes and businesses destroyed by winds exceeding 100 miles-per-hour, power restoration efforts in swampy marshlands and Louisiana residents thanking the line technicians for their dedication and hard…
While electric cooperative crews have worked long, grueling hours clearing trees, dragging brush, setting poles and stringing lines to restore electricity to communities ravaged by Hurricane Ida, full restoration could still be weeks away in parts of Louisiana. “Washington-St. Tammany Electric anticipates having everyone who can accept power fully restored within three weeks,” wrote officials from…
More than 160 personnel and contractors head to Louisiana More than 160 personnel and contractors from electric cooperatives in Kentucky are providing mutual aid to help restore power in Louisiana after Hurricane Ida. In addition to more than 40 employees from five electric cooperatives in Kentucky responding to DEMCO, an electric cooperative in the Greater…
The partnership of Kentucky Electric Cooperatives and the Governor’s office encourages Kentuckians to come together and enhance areas in their local communities. Kentuckians can vote for their favorite project on KentuckyLiving.com September 6 – 17. Beautify the Bluegrass winners will be announced on KentuckyLiving.com on September 27. “Again this year, Kentuckians have inspired us with…
Tennessee Co-op Suffers Losses but Works to Restore Power After Flooding
An electric cooperative that lost an office, several vehicles and equipment to Tennessee’s deadly floods over the weekend continues to restore power in its hard-hit service territory. More than 17 inches of rain fell in a matter of six hours Saturday in Middle Tennessee, causing widespread catastrophic flooding that destroyed homes, swept away vehicles and…
Kenergy is now accepting applications for Building and Grounds Maintenance Technician at our Owensboro or Henderson office location. Applications are being accepted now through October 3rd. Click the link below to view the job description and apply!