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Transition to Renewable Energy Accelerates While Kentucky Municipal Utilities Weigh New Fossil Fuel Investments

Andy McDonald, Director of Apogee – Climate & Energy Transitions

An op-ed by KFTC member and Apogee - Climate and Energy Transitions Director Andy McDonald, about why the Kentucky Municipal Energy Agency (KYMEA) should consider investments in renewable energy over fossil fuels during their Integrated Resource Plan process.

Duke 2020 Rate Case Handout

Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

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)

Karl Rabago Testimony on Solar Net-metering to KY Public Service Commission

Karl Rabago for KFTC and MACED

KFTC and our allies at Mountain Association for Community Economic Development commissioned expert testimony from Karl Rabago, a nationally recognized expert in distribute renewable energy.

Fixing What's Broke, Updated 2019

Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

This is a slightly updated version, released in July 2019, of a report KFTC first published in 2018 about a trio of legislative proposals Congress needs to pass to do right by our miners and communities: The Reclaim Act, a bill to strengthen funding for the black lung disability trust fund, and a bill to protect miners' pensions. 

Power House Project Energy Efficiency Kit

Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

This insert is included in every energy effiicency kit given out at the Power House Project workshops. It details the contents of each kit:

  • 4 LED ligh bulbs
  • 1 caulk gun
  • 1 tube of acrylic adhesive silcone sealant
  • 1 roll of closed-cell foam weather-strip
  • 1 low-flow showerhead
  • 1 faucet aerator

 

Electricity Energy Burden Analysis Tech Doc

Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

The purpose of this document is to provide detailed context of and methodology for the KFTC Electricity Energy Burden Analysis, conducted in Summer 2018. Any questions about the analysis and its processes can be directed to lauragreenfield@kftc.org.

Fact Sheet on 2019 LG&E/KU Rate Case

Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

A simple and easy-to-read fact sheet on the 2019 LG&E and KU proposed rate increase. More detailed information can be found at bit.ly/psclexington

Simple Ways to Spend Less on Energy and Create a Healthier, More Comfortable Home

Bluegrass Greensource

In our Power House workshops, we've been sharing this excellent tip sheet about simple ways to spend less on energy from our friends at Bluegrass Greensource. Please take a look! 

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