The wonder of a sleeping doe. The thrill of discovering a squiggly bug dwelling in a creek. The quiet excitement of observing a woodpecker on a nature trail. These are just some of the amazing discoveries students find at the Waterdale Environmental Education Center. Watch as 100 4th graders are delighted by their day in nature.
When Devraj Banerjee dons virtual reality headgear in a room at PPL’s headquarters in downtown Allentown, it covers his eyes, but his view of the job at hand is expanded like never before.
Empowering communities that thrive and succeed is important to us. In Kentucky, @LGEKU efforts have contributed to the growth of business and jobs in the areas they serve.
Since 2009, more than 100,000 small businesses have participated in PPL Electric Utilities energy efficiency programs and together they saved almost 1.3M MWh of energy.
Birds do it and bees do it. Oh, and butterflies, too. Pollination that is. We’re helping provide pollinator-friendly habitats and protect our power lines at the same time.
LG&E’s and KU’s investments in distribution automation have helped prevent more than 16,000 electric service interruptions for customers
We are exploring the power of solar energy, battery storage and new technology to help us prepare, innovate and be ready for the demands of tomorrow’s energy grid.
With students thinking about career options as early as elementary school, PPL places a high priority on engaging educators and helping them explore careers in energy.
Students who visited PPL were part of a program that provides enhanced support services to students on the autism spectrum.
March is Women’s History Month, which commemorates and encourages the study, observance and celebration of the vital role of women in American history. At PPL, we’re proud of the integral roles women in our company play in shaping the future of our business.