Grades 3-6 Energy Activities with Energy Ant

Grades 3-6 Energy Activities with Energy Ant

This booklet provided by the U.S. Energy Information Administration provides learning activities for children in Grades 3-6. Click on this link to use the booklet. For more lesson plans and activities from the USEIA, go to https://www.eia.gov/kids/index.php...
Actions Related to Coronavirus

Actions Related to Coronavirus

Power System (PPS) is taking two important actions related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19).  Our lobby will close to foot traffic at 4:30pm Monday, March 16. Our drive-thru will remain open during regular business hours.  “Fortunately, almost all business with us can be...
PPS Wins Community Service Award

PPS Wins Community Service Award

Left to right: Decosta Jenkins, APPA Awards Chair and President & CEO of Nashville Electric Service, Andrea Underwood, Director of Human Resources & Community Relations for Paducah Power System and Coleman Smoak, APPA Board Chair and General Manager of...
Renovations Nearing Completion

Renovations Nearing Completion

PPS expects the renovations to our headquarters to end early this month. In February, crews gutted the center of our building to reconfigure the layout of our Customer Service Department and install several security measures. The project is the result of three years...
PPS Awards Three Scholarships

PPS Awards Three Scholarships

Paducah Power System awarded three scholarships to local 2019 high school graduates.  The scholarships were for local students attending West Kentucky Community and Technical College (WKCTC) and any public college or university in Kentucky. Recipients must be...
Paducah Power Earns National Safety Honor

Paducah Power Earns National Safety Honor

Paducah Power System has earned the American Public Power Association’s Safety Award of Excellence for safe operating practices in 2018. The utility earned First Place in the category for utilities with 110,00 to 249,999 hours of worker exposure last year. Keith...