‘Empower Kentucky’ for the future

Editorial
April 20, 2017
Lexington Herald-Leader

(P)lenty of Kentuckians want to diversify the state’s energy mix to save money and create jobs.

The latest example comes from Kentuckians for the Commonwealth which has more than 11,000 members and decided that since our elected officials were not planning for the coming energy revolution, they would. With the help of 1,200 Kentuckians who joined in brainstorming sessions around the state, KFTC has produced a detailed blueprint.