Power restoration efforts continue in Western Kentucky, where some utilities say it could take weeks to get everyone back online.
Louisville Gas and Electric officials say crews are now starting work on restoring power to individual homes.
Jefferson County Public Schools are still closed today, although only one school remains without power.
After repairing damage from the two worst power outages in Kentucky history, E-On U.S. says it’s unlikely it will bury power lines to prevent future damage from falling trees.
Louisville Gas and Electric has not changed its timeline for restoring power to the area. Friday is day two of what company officials say will be a seven to ten day operation.
Additional crews have been coming into Kentucky to help with power restoration efforts.
Utility officials in Kentucky say crews are coming in from several states to help restore power lost in this week’s ice storm.
Last night’s ice storms have brought the second widespread power outage to Louisville in six months.
The Kentucky Public Service Commission has scheduled a series of hearings to allow residents of the Commonwealth to sound off on proposed electricity rate increases.
Louisville Gas and Electric is unlikely to move any power lines underground in the wake of this week’s windstorm.