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Outage numbers decline

As of 11:30 p.m., we have 26 outages affecting 370 members. Our operations personnel will continue working to restore power. For specific outage information, be sure to visit our outage viewer. Simply click on the specific outage and all known information will be available.

We appreciate our members patience.

Crews continue making repairs after strong storms roll through the area

We are experiencing multiple outages after strong storms caused damage throughout our service area.

Currently, we  have 31 outages causing nearly 1,300 members to be out of power. All crews are working as swiftly and safely as possible. They will work until all power is restored.

For the most up-to-date information, visit our outage viewer. The link is available on our home page.

As always, we encourage members to be safe and avoid downed power lines.

 

Thunderstorm safety tips from the American Red Cross

When thunderstorms are rolling your way, stay safe with these helpful tips from the American Red Cross:

Now that's a great deal!

It was a deal too good to pass up.

While reading their electric bill insert, co-op members Bob and Jan Swope learned how to cash in on the 30-year-old refrigerator they were replacing with a new ENERGY STAR appliance.

“Ironically, I had just been quoted a cost of $150 to haul my old refrigerator off,” said Bob. By making a call to the co-op, the Swopes were paid $50 to recycle their old, energy-wasting refrigerator and have it hauled away at no charge.

Blue Grass Energy celebrates 80th Annual Meeting

On Thursday, June 1, Blue Grass Energy welcomed a crowd of nearly 700 members and their families to the cooperative’s 80th annual meeting, held at the Keeneland Entertainment Barn in Lexington, Kentucky.

The crowd of over 1,500 was treated to a meeting geared towards families with several children’s activities, which varied from bounce houses to video games.

60-Acre Solar Farm Offers Benefits of Renewable Power to Blue Grass Energy Members

Construction is under way on a 60-acre solar farm in Kentucky, and Blue Grass Energy’s members will have an opportunity reap the benefits for their home or business.

Blue Grass Energy and the 15 other co-ops of Kentucky’s Touchstone Energy Cooperatives are partnering to build the not-for-profit Cooperative Solar Farm One, which will feature 32,300 solar panels when it is completed in November.

Beware of scammers

Blue Grass Energy members are once again being targeted by scammers. Members are receiving phone calls from people claiming to work for Blue Grass Energy and demanding immediate payment to avoid service disconnection.

If you receive a call from someone claiming to be with Blue Grass Energy, remember the following:

Alerts & Reminders Can Save You Money

We know our members are on the go and many rely on texting to receive and send information.

To make life better for our members, we offer the option to receive alerts and reminders absolutely free of charge. We can alert members of due dates, if an account is past due, a returned check, payment confirmation and high kilowatt usage.

Why should you sign up for alerts? Just ask Denise Myers. 

Blue Grass Energy Announces Scholarship Recipients

Blue Grass Energy is pleased to announce the winners of our 2017 Scholarship Program. Eleven $1,000 scholarships are being awarded to graduating seniors served by Blue Grass Energy.

Anna Arthur is the daughter of Allen and Allyson Arthur of Cynthiana. She is graduating from Harrison County High School.

Nicholas Belen is the son of Robert and Rita Belen of Frankfort. He is graduating from Western Hills High School.

Blue Grass Energy sponsors students on Frankfort Youth Tour

Last week, nine high school juniors served by Blue Grass Energy joined 136 other students from across the state for the Kentucky Rural Electric Frankfort Youth Tour. The group spent the day touring the state capital and learning about government.

Blue Grass Energy sends 10 students to the nation’s capital for the Washington Youth Tour each June. Their educational journey begins in Frankfort for a look at the state’s government system.

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