Covering more than 15,000 square miles, PPL Corporation’s regulated utilities provide electricity and natural gas to power our customer’s lives.
PPL Corporation, headquartered in Allentown, Pennsylvania, is the parent company to three regulated utility companies. Through our regulated utility subsidiaries, we deliver electricity to customers in Pennsylvania, Kentucky and Virginia. We also deliver natural gas and generate power in Kentucky. In addition, PPL is the parent company to Safari Energy, LLC, a leading provider of solar power solutions for commercial customers in the U.S.
How We Do Business
We Excel in Customer Satisfaction
Delivering electricity and natural gas safely and reliably is our number one priority. That’s why, PPL’s businesses are among the very best in customer satisfaction. PPL Electric Utilities, Louisville Gas and Electric, and Kentucky Utilities have repeatedly been recognized among the top of their class for residential customer satisfaction.
We’re Building a Smarter, More Secure Energy Grid
PPL is driven daily by a determination to ensure that each of our customers has the power they count on every day. Fulfilling that commitment takes dedication, hard work and resources. Over the past decade, PPL invested more than $20 billion in energy infrastructure improvements in our U.S. operations to deliver power more reliably and efficiently. Looking forward, we will continue to make improvements that strengthen grid resilience, incorporate new technology and advance our clean energy strategy.
We’re Powering the Future
The energy grid is undergoing rapid transformation and PPL’s businesses continue to address new challenges head-on. We are finding ways to accommodate a more flexible, two-way flow of electricity, creating more efficiencies, and connecting more distributed energy resources like micro-grids, solar, electric vehicles and battery storage to the grid.
Collaboration Aims to Accelerate Low-Carbon Energy Technologies
PPL is one of the anchor sponsors of the Low-Carbon Resources Initiative, a unique, international collaborative spanning the electric and gas sectors that aims to achieve decarbonization goals in a safe, reliable and affordable manner.
Smart Grid, Smart Jobs
The transition to a smarter grid has benefits beyond network efficiency and reliability: it also provides job growth opportunities. Developing, installing and maintaining this advanced technology requires a highly skilled workforce. Through this initiative, LG&E and KU have added new positions for engineers and operators in their control centers, while field workers remain as important as ever to make repairs and restore customers’ service.