Resources & Publications

E.g., 02/2018
E.g., 02/2018

Energy Wire's Power Plan Toolbox

This site compiles many high profile articles and publications, representing diverse perspectives, about the impact and implementation of the EPA's Clean Power Plan. 

Implementing the EPA's Clean Power Plan, a menu of options

This tool for state agencies and other stakeholders describes many options states have to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from their power sector and comply with the EPA's Clean Power Plan. 

Kentucky Energy Profile, 2014

This is a lengthy look at Kentucky's current energy sector, compiled by the Kentucky Department of Energy Development and Independence.

EPA Clean Power Plan Fact Sheet for Kentucky

This fact sheet describes Kentucky's goals for reducing carbon dioxide emissions from our power plant sector under the EPA's Clean Power Plan.

Horizontal Tech Energy deep well permit application

This is the permit application from Horizontal Technology Energy LLC for a deep horizontal well in Johnson County, Ky. Subject of a public hearing by the Kentucky Oil and Gas Conservation Commission.

Clean Energy Opportunity Act handout

This 2 page handout describes the Clean Energy Opportunity Act, a bill that would create jobs, curb energy costs, and improve Kentuckian's health and well-being. 

Kinder Morgan / Tennessee Gas Pipeline Project

Kinder Morgan wants to "re-purpose" one of its decades-old natural gas pipelines running through Kentucky to carry hazardous liquids. Here's more information.

Vision Smoketown Survey Report

Vision Smoketown began as a volunteer based community-canvassing project conceived after Kentuckians For The Commonwealth (KFTC) relocated our Jefferson County office to the Smoketown neighborhood in July 2013. During this time, members of the Jefferson County Chapter’s Economic Justice team were focusing their attention on local affordable housing issues. After moving to Smoketown, the team wanted to understand the desires and needs of Smoketown residents within the changing dynamics of Louisville. From May through August 2014, KFTC members and volunteers went door to door in the Smoketown neighborhood collecting responses to a 51-question survey developed in partnership with Center For Neighborhoods. KFTC collected a total of 140 survey responses and continued building relationships with community members during three Smoketown community cookouts held in the backyard of KFTC offices during the summer of 2014 and our Smoketown GetDown for Democracy a block party held on September 19, 2014. This canvassing project has evolved into working with residents in defining problems and issues in order to develop strategies that bring positive changes in the neighborhood and to its residents’ everyday lives. KFTC believes that providing a means to convey a community’s voice can lead to a more collaborative community vision and will help develop future neighborhood leaders

Benham Power Project 1-pager

A one-page information sheet on the Benham Power Project, created to be shared during the Promise Zone listening session in Harlan County.

HB 31 Background for CKY

Background for HB 31 for CKY