Funding from the PPL Foundation helps this organization teach youth to become future conservation ambassadors.
PPL’s Walk a Mile in My Shoes blog series highlights the uniqueness of our employees so we can build understanding, encourage compassion and foster a culture of inclusion and belonging at PPL and in the communities we serve.
At PPL, nothing is more important than safety. We keep safety first and we want you and your family to stay safe around electricity too. Watch our video with electrical safety tips.
In honor of National Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, PPL employees share their views on the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion and provide practical ways to be a good ally in the face of adversity.
PPL brothers Matt and Andrew Henry volunteer as EMTs. On Emergency Medical Services Week, we tip our hats to the Henry brothers and all other emergency medical services workers who help save lives.
The transition to a smarter grid has benefits beyond network efficiency and reliability: it also provides job growth opportunities.
During Volunteer Appreciation Month, we thank all employees for giving back.
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.
In Kentucky, LG&E and KU President and CEO Paul Thompson is helping lead and co-chair Metro Louisville’s community-wide supplier diversity task force.