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KFTC members continue to build New Power through the Power House Energy Efficiency workshops

Since April of this year, KFTC members across eastern Kentucky have helped host energy efficiency workshops in their communities, as part of our ongoing Power House Project. The Power House Project builds collective power by educating communities about Eastern Kentucky’s energy landscape, how we can influence it, and ways that we can lower our bills immediately through do-it-yourself weatherization strategies.

Powell County Power House Energy Efficiency Workshop

Eastern Kentuckians want clean and affordable energy and good local jobs.

Wolfe County Power House Energy Efficiency workshop

Eastern Kentuckians want clean and affordable energy and good local jobs.

Rowan County Power House Workshop

Receive a FREE energy efficiency kit ($25 value) and learn to lower your energy bills at this open-to-the-public workshop!

Robertson County Power Profile

This Power Profile describes the boundaries of local utilities serving Robertson County. It also describes the average electric rates and bills compared to the state average, and shows the energy burden - or the percentage of median household income spent on electricity - for different areas of the county.

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