Many electric utilities across Kentucky are seeking to change their rate structures so that customers won’t benefit much from reducing their energy use. These rate cases, which are being considered by the Kentucky Public Service Commission, are part of a national strategy by the utility industry to make it less attractive for customers to make their homes and businesses energy efficient or install renewable energy.
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– Dana Beasley Brown
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