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2023 WIRE Scholarships Available for Kentucky College Students
The Kentucky Chapter of Women in Rural Electrification (WIRE) is offering three $1,000 scholarships to Kentucky college students. The scholarships are open to any applicant who meets the following criteria:…
Board honors Prather | Farmers RECC President attends final statewide meeting
The Kentucky Electric Cooperatives Board honored retiring Farmers RECC President Bill Prather at its December meeting on Tuesday in Louisville. Statewide President Chris Perry paid tribute to Prather’s leadership and…
Here Come the Funds: Co-ops Should Get Ready for Flood of Broadband Projects
Unprecedented sums for rural broadband will begin flowing next year from the 2021 infrastructure law, and that means electric cooperatives—even those without plans to enter the internet business—should get ready….
Thanks to the Tennessee Valley Authority’s Aaron Melda & Dan Pratt for their informative & transparent testimony to the joint Natural Resources & Energy Committee.
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In his letters to the White House, @EastKYPowerCoop President and CEO Tony Campbell politely corrects rampant misinformation that has been used to rush the transition to solar and wind resources.
Mixed wintry precipitation could result in impacts from late Monday night through Wednesday night, including possible light ice and snow accumulations. The details are likely to change between now and then, but confidence is medium in winter weather impacts. #lmkwx #kywx #inwx