Louisville Gas and Electric has discovered new damage caused by Sunday’s windstorms.
Tens of thousands of homes in Southern Indiana remain without power.
A round up of the latest windstorm updates, including the calling up of National Guard troops for Louisville, expected power outages, school closings, and more.
Louisville Gas and Electric officials say this weekend’s wind storm has caused the worst power outage in the area’s history. More than 200,000 LG&E customers were still without service Monday afternoon, and power company officials say it could be ten to fourteen days before all power is restored. At the peak outage, LG&E vice president… Continue reading Power Restoration to Louisville Could Take Up To Two Weeks
The Kentucky Power Company will join several other utilities in the Commonwealth in selling green energy credits.
Severe thunderstorms last Sunday left many homes in the region without power. The storms and high winds rolled through the region leaving thousands of people in Indiana without power during the night. In Southern Indiana, most of those affected were in Clark and Scott counties, says Duke Energy’s Angeline Protogere, and most of those outages… Continue reading Power Outages Follow Sunday's Storms