We’re excited for what the future holds and looking forward to 2024.
Across our PPL family of companies, we’ve set a goal to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 while maintaining reliability and affordability for our more than 3.5 million customers in Kentucky, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island.
We’re pursuing a comprehensive clean energy strategy to achieve this goal, and as part of our strategy, we’re focused on driving innovation and advancing technologies that can be scaled safely, reliably and affordably.
Across our PPL family of companies, we’re investing in grid modernization to strengthen grid reliability and resiliency for our customers and advancing a cleaner energy future without compromising on affordability. It’s part of our overall plan to invest $12 billion from 2023 through 2026 across our Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Virginia operations in support of our utility of the future strategy.
This October during National Energy Awareness Month, we’re highlighting some of the ways we’re investing in this transition through innovation and collaborative efforts.
The clean energy transition is happening. No longer is it a question of if it will happen, but how it will happen. Today, we are in the midst of a global energy transformation that is fundamentally reshaping the way we think about, produce, deliver and use energy.
Organization provides resources for all gardeners to make a difference in bird communities simply by choosing native plants.
Founded in 1992, the Earth Conservancy has been on a mission to reclaim nearly 16,500 acres of legacy mine lands in Luzerne County. The organization is not only focused on restoring land, but on enhancing the region’s economy and workforce through a program funded in part by a PPL Foundation grant.
PPL Foundation funding is helping to restore popular trail.
Funding from the PPL Foundation helps this organization teach youth to become future conservation ambassadors.
With the understanding that existing technology is not enough to achieve increasingly ambitious decarbonization goals, the Electric Power Research Institute and Gas Technology Institute in 2020 launched a five-year initiative to accelerate the development and demonstration of low-carbon energy technologies.
Nestled in the rolling hills of Mercer County, Kentucky, E.W. Brown Generating Station is home to four different types of energy generating resources, including a nearly 100-yearold hydroelectric facility and the first, and largest, existing universal solar facility in the commonwealth.