2019 Full Year Public Policy Engagement

Total Trade Association Dues Reported as Lobbying

In 2019, the amounts reported totaled $235,715, as compared to $220,893 in 2018.

Listed below are the trade associations that received 2019 annual dues in excess of $50,000, including that portion of dues identified by each trade organization as attributable to lobbying.

Association Total Dues for 2019 Membership Non-Deductible Portion of Dues Allocated to Lobbying
Edison Electric Institute $1,330,635 $184,189
American Gas Association $218,521 $7,648
Energy Association of Pennsylvania $191,992 $11,520
Greater Louisville, Inc. $131,250 $6,563
Kentucky Chamber of Commerce $55,490 $8,324

Contributions to Tax-Exempt Organizations

In 2019, PPL contributed $25,000 to the Republican Attorneys General Association and $10,000 to the Consumer Alliance, an organization advocating in support of affordable, reliable energy.


2018 Full Year Public Policy Engagement

Total Trade Association Dues Reported as Lobbying

In 2018, the amounts reported totaled $220,893, as compared to $215,160 in 2017.

Listed below are the trade associations that received 2018 annual dues in excess of $50,000, including that portion of dues identified by each trade organization as attributable to lobbying.

Association Total Dues for 2018 Membership Non-Deductible Portion of Dues Allocated to Lobbying
Edison Electric Institute $1,303,797 $180,432
American Gas Association $211,356 $6,552
Energy Association of Pennsylvania $170,431 $10,226
Greater Louisville, Inc. $131,250 $3,938
Kentucky Chamber of Commerce $55,490 $8,324

2017 Full Year Public Policy Engagement

Total Trade Association Dues Reported as Lobbying

In 2017, the amounts reported totaled $215,160, as compared to $246,953.28 in 2016.

Listed below are the trade associations that received 2017 annual dues in excess of $50,000, including that portion of dues identified by each trade organization as attributable to lobbying.

Association Total Dues for 2017 Membership Non-Deductible Portion of Dues Allocated to Lobbying
Edison Electric Institute $1,283,499 $178,743
American Gas Association $204,426 $13,083
Energy Association of Pennsylvania $164,167 $9,850
Greater Louisville, Inc. $131,250 $3,938
Kentucky Chamber of Commerce $55,490 $8,324

Contributions to Tax-Exempt Organizations

In 2017, PPL contributed $10,000 to the National Conference of State Societies.


2016 Full Year Public Policy Engagement

Total Trade Association Dues Reported as Lobbying

In 2016, the amounts reported totaled $246,953.28, as compared to $418,634.22 in 2015.

Listed below are the trade associations that received 2016 annual dues in excess of $50,000, including that portion of dues identified by each trade organization as attributable to lobbying.

Association Total Dues for 2016 Membership Non-Deductible Portion of Dues Allocated to Lobbying
Edison Electric Institute $1,247,262 $174,899
American Gas Association $197,647 $8,894
Energy Association of Pennsylvania $164,167 $9,850
Greater Louisville, Inc. $131,250 $1,118
Kentucky Chamber of Commerce $55,490 $8,324

Contributions to Tax-Exempt Organizations

In 2016, PPL contributed $10,000 to the National Conference of State Societies.