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The Nuclear Development Working Group presents a comprehensive and strategic document that stems from the objectives set forth by SJR 79 (2023). It offers a detailed exploration of Kentucky's energy landscape, with a specific focus on nuclear energy. This report lays the groundwork for the establishment of a permanent nuclear energy organization within state government.
This page is intended to assist Kentuckians who wish to install rooftop solar at their residence. It is of the utmost importance for interested homeowners to ensure they are educated on the technology in general, the incentives available to them, the average price in their area, and even the potential for misleading advertisements.
This document is intended to assist those seeking a permit for a ground mounted solar array. One can find requirements around air quality, emissions, water, nuisance, endangered species and more. This publication was created in conjunction with the Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection and any questions regarding its contents should be directed towards their Environmental Compliance Assistance Program.
Kentucky Coal Facts is produced by the Office of Energy Policy in partnership with the Kentucky Coal Association.
The Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet and the Office of Energy Policy offer the Kentucky Energy Profile to provide an overview of energy consumption and production within the Commonwealth, to serve as an impartial point of reference for the general public, researchers, and policy makers, and to serve as a foundation for discussing Kentucky’s energy future.
This guide presents options for those utility customers who are seeking pathways to access alternative energy through onsite or offsite electricity generation in Kentucky.
Every two years, the team at the Office of Energy Policy produces the Southern States Energy Board Regional Profiles : a comprehensive report on the Southeast's energy landscape
This is the platform for exploring solar site suitability across Kentucky including identifying potential opportunities with previous lands used for mining
Solar projects have continued to grow across the Commonwealth and our Office has designed this toolkit to answer frequently asked questions from developers to local governments and everyone in between.
Data collected from Kentucky's regulated utilities, the Tennessee Valley Authority, and municipal utilities. This data includes net metering and other non net-metered renewable systems and excludes utility owned projects.
The Office of Energy Policy partnered with the Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA) to conduct a study to identify opportunities for deploying microgrids to increase the overall resilience for the state of Kentucky.