Act now to claim your primary residence sales tax exemption

Kenergy members with multiple meters need to take action Beginning January 1, 2023, only a person’s “domicile” (primary residence) will be exempt from sales tax on utility services, including electric bills. Kenergy is one of 26 electric cooperatives in Kentucky that work together to advocate for electric consumers. These efforts have helped protect the long-standing sales tax exemption for residential energy bills. Though this sales tax exemption remains in place…

LIHEAP Fall Subsidy Now Open

Need help with your utility bills? Assistance is now available on a first-come, first-served basis for eligible Kenergy members. Kentucky Community Action Agencies are accepting applications for the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Subsidy Component.  The program runs through December 16th or until designated funds are depleted. The previous LIHEAP program ran out of funding before the deadline, and fewer funds are available this year compared to last year. These funds will…

Alamon Pole Inspections Beginning Today

Alamon, a pole inspection contractor for Kenergy, will begin inspecting poles Wednesday, October 5th. Each wooden pole Kenergy owns, or is attached to, will be inspected to ensure there are no hazards. Inspectors check for decay, insects, cracks, holes, age, and any damage members may have caused. You may see trucks in your area bearing a ‘Kenergy Contractor’ magnet. Inspectors will also have an Alamon picture ID with them. Inspectors…

Don’t Tamper With Your Electric Meter

If you or a contractor are planning to work on your home or a project that requires power disconnection, please call to alert Kenergy at least 24 hours in advance. Kenergy will send a representative out to disconnect the meter or service free of cost. Once work is complete and an inspection by a state electrical inspector has been completed, Kenergy will also send a representative to reconnect and re-energize…

Big Rivers Electric Appliance Saturation Survey Notice

Your electric cooperative will be conducting a survey to assess the changing dynamics of today’s energy consumer. The survey gathers information on your household’s use of energy so we can adequately prepare for the future energy demands of our membership.  A random sample of members will be selected to participate in the project. Your input is extremely important! Survey links will be emailed to members in August. If you receive a survey,…

2022 Scholarship Winners

A random computerized drawing of 356 applicants was held July 1st for three (3) $1,000 scholarships and twenty-four (24) $500 scholarships. Scholarships can be used for tuition, fees, campus housing, textbooks, computers, school supplies, and other costs directly related to the recipient’s education. Congratulations to our winners! $1,000 Winners Sydnie Dills Samuel Marsch James Reid $500 Winners Samuel Allen Madelyn Bennett Lexie Boling Morgan Bombard Grace Driskill Madison Dunaway Emily…

All Kenergy Offices Closed Monday, July 4th for Independence Day

All Kenergy offices will be closed Monday, July 4th for the Independence Day holiday. We hope you have a safe and healthy holiday with family and friends. As always, you can drop payments at our nightly drop box, make payments on our SmartHub app or by accessing your account 24/7.

Kenergy Board Election Winners Announced

Ryan Hammack of Clay has been elected to the District 3 position on the Kenergy board of directors.  Mr. Hammack challenged Chris Mitchell, who has represented District 3 since 1997. Mike Hazelwood was elected to the District 5 position.  Mr. Hazelwood and Tom McFarland, both of Henderson, ran for the District 5 seat previously represented by Bill Denton who resigned from the board in February. Incumbent Craig Roberts, representing District…