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Kiosk QR Code Added to Bill


A new feature on Jackson Energy bills makes paying at a local kiosk easier. Your electric bill now features a QR code for kiosk payments. If you're paying at a kiosk, simply scan the code and it automatically accesses your account.

Mt. Vernon Project Selected as Beautify the Bluegrass Finalist


Commitment to community is one of the cooperative principles... Jackson Energy’s volunteer work to upgrade the Mt. Vernon Welcome signs is recognized as a finalist for the “Beautify the Bluegrass” contest.

Summer Energy Savings Tips


SES receives rural development loan through Jackson Energy


Remember Electric Safety Around the Water

Conscientious parents, who would never imagine letting their children go boating without a life vest or ride in a car without securing their seat belts, often have no qualms about letting a child jump off a dock into fresh water. What these parents don't realize is that if the dock has 120-volt AC power, lethal amounts of electricity could be finding their way into the water from faulty wiring on the dock or a boat. In a one-week period this past July, four children and one young adult were killed in separate electric shock drowning (ESD) incidents at docks on freshwater lakes.

Spring Cleaning Tips With Electrical Safety in Mind

Whether or not you are making spring cleaning a priority this season,Jackson Energy reminds homeowners to address any electrical hazards that could endanger your family.

Here are some reminders about electrical safety if cleaning indoors:

- Move extension cords out of high-traffic areas and evaluate usefulness.

- Inspect cords, plugs and outlets to ensure everything is in good working condition.

- Have an electrical professional install ground-fault circuit interrupters (GFCI).

Jackson Energy sends students to Frankfort leadership program

High school students from Jackson Energy’s service area got a first-hand look at state government during last week’s Frankfort Youth Tour.

Employees kick off the holiday season with Thanksgiving food baskets

SUSAN DICK, with the Estill County Food Bank, receives some of the 150 baskets assembled by Jackson 

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