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Duke 2020 Rate Case Handout

This handout may be helpful to Duke Energy customers who wish to make a public comment about Duke's current rate case before the KY PSC (case number 2019-00271)

KFTC’s London office is on track to be completely solar-powered!

Solar panels on KFTC's London office building

Solar panels were recently installed on KFTC’s main office in London. This was the final step in a series of energy upgrades that the building had been undergoing in the last several months, which puts the office building on track to be completely solar-powered.

New Energy and Transition related bills in the 2020 General Assembly

KFTC members and allies should feel free to use this handout to help educate legislators about 3 important bills–HB 126, an energy affordability bill; HB 323, a bill to reverse some of the damage from last year's anti-solar bill, and HB 44, a bill that squashes Kentuckians' right to protest–in the 2020 General Assembly. 

KFTC receives many disputed records from open records case with Public Service Commission

When anti-rooftop solar bill SB 100 passed the state legislature in 2019, members of the KFTC New Energy and Transition Committee feared that the Kentucky Public Service Commission might have been inappropriately collaborating or communicating with monopoly utilities–the very entities the PSC is meant to regulate. 

Reflections from the first Empower Kentucky Leadership Network retreat

To be in a room filled with so much talent and passion. Openness to have difficult conversations, and brilliance in finding solutions to heavy issues.

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