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Outage Numbers Continue To Increase

As of Noon, our outage numbers have climbed to over 7,000 members without power. We have secured the assistance of 52 additional linemen from Taylor County RECC, Meade County RECC, Nolin Electric and Davis H. Elliott Contracting.

We are working as safely and swiftly as possible. Our employees will continue to work until all power is restored. We appreciate everyone's patience.

Heavy Snow Causes Numerous Power Outages

A heavy, wet snow fell across our service area last night. As a result, the weight of the snow has caused numerous trees and spans of wire to fall. As of 8:00 a.m., we have just over 4,000 members without power.
 

Blue Grass Energy Is Looking For The Next Generation Of Leaders

What do 1,500 high school students, our nation’s capital and electric cooperatives have in common? The Washington Youth Tour (WYT), of course!

Public Service Commission (PSC) Weighs in on Cold Weather

Press Release from PSC on cold weather producing higher electric bills. 

PSC Press Release

Federal Tax Changes Will Not Affect Blue Grass Energy

Recently, changes were made to the federal corporate tax code.  These changes lowered federal taxes on for-profit corporations.

Blue Grass Energy is a not-for-profit cooperative and exempt from federal taxes.  (We still pay property and local taxes.).

Therefore, these tax code changes do not impact us, and there are no additional savings available to pass on to members.

Members are already benefiting from lower taxes—more than if they were served by an investor-owned utility, and they receive their power at our cost.

Cold snap triggers spike in local energy use

The unusually cold start to 2018 has resulted in higher than normal energy use by members of Blue Grass Energy and other utilities across the region.

Blue Grass Energy is encouraging members to be aware of their energy use and take steps to help manage electric bills, which are also expected to be higher than usual as a result of increased usage.

Weather, especially cold weather, affects residential energy bills more than any other factor. Heating claims about a 42 percent share of overall energy use in U.S. homes. 

Five tips for space heater safety

As temperatures drop this winter, many will look for supplemental heating sources for their homes. Space heaters can be an alternative for those who want to warm one area of their home without turning up the thermostat on the central heating system. However, space heaters are also responsible for 32 percent of house fires, according to the National Fire Protection Association. If you are planning to use a space heater in your home this winter, review these tips to keep you, your family and your property safe.

Madison County and Blue Grass Energy Recognized as Top Economic Development Organizations in Kentucky by StateBook International

Madison County and Blue Grass Energy were recognized recently at the Kentucky Association of Economic Development Fall Conference in Bowling Green, KY by StateBook International for having two of the top economic development StateBook microsites in Kentucky.   StateBook is the first online marketplace to unite economic development organizations, site selectors and communities nationwide in the site-selection process for business locations of both domestic and international firms.   

Together, let's make wishes come true

We are once again hosting our annual holiday giving campaign, the 12 Days of Giving. This year, we are collecting items for Make-A-Wish.

December 1 through December 18, the first 12 business days in December, you can help us make wishes come true by making a financial donation that will go directly to Make-A-Wish. You can call, mail or drop by any of our local offices to make the donation.

BGEnergy joins other co-ops to dedicate 60-acre solar farm

Blue Grass Energy celebrated the startup of a 60-acre solar farm that allows co-op members to participate and receive the benefits of solar energy.

Cooperative Solar Farm One features more than 32,000 solar panels and can generate enough power to meet all the needs of 1,000 typical Kentucky homes.

Cooperative members have said they want options for renewable energy for their home or business. Now, they can license solar panels from Blue Grass Energy and receive the benefits of solar power without the hassles of private solar.

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