Resources & Publications

E.g., 06/2018
E.g., 06/2018

Co-op Contact List and Tip Sheet for Saving Energy

This document provides contact information for rural electric cooperatives and some other utilities, plus a terrific set of tips for saving money and energy. It was produced for participants in KFTC's Power House Workshops. For more information, contact nikita@kftc.org

Pulaski County Power Map

This Power Map of Pulaski County was created as part of a Power House Workshop, offered in Somerset by KFTC on April 7, 2018. It shows the various utilities that serve parts of the county, and describes the average rates and bills they charge, compared to the state average.

Bath County Power Map

This map, created by KFTC member Laura Greenfield, describes the boundaries of local utilities serving Bath 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.

2018 Budget cuts: The 70 Programs Proposed to Eliminate

In Jan 2018, Governor Bevin proposed a budget that eliminated 70 programs from the state budget. 

Analysis of KYGA18 Economic Justice Bills

A shorthand analysis of the impacts of current legislation in Kentucky on pensions, the state budget and tax reform.

HJR 81 / HJR 119 Handout (2018)

Handout on Constitutional Convention for use in the 2018 General Assembly

Kentucky Forward Plan (HB 29 - 2018)

House Bill 29 will make Kentucky's tax system more fair, adequate and sustainable with a broad variety of reforms. And raise more than $570 million in new revenue annually.

Empower Kentucky Environmental Justice Analysis - Exec Summary

This Executive Summary describes the outcomes of an Environmental Justice Analysis developed by KFTC members as part of the Empower Kentucky Plan. For more information, visit empowerkentucky.org.

Empower Kentucky Plan

The Empower Kentucky Plan shows that a Just Transition to a clean energy economy is possible in Kentucky. Shaped with input from more than 1,200 people from Pikeville to Paducah, this plan describes ways we can produce better results in terms of jobs, health, and energy bills, and affected workers and communities - while doing our part to protect our climate.

Campaign For Our CommonWealth Talking Points

Some helpful talking points to use when talking about this work, calling your legislators, or writing Letters-to-the-Editor.