Taylor County RECC
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Taylor County RECC provides electric service to member owners in the Central Kentucky counties of Adair, Casey, Cumberland, Green, Hart, Marion, Metcalfe, Russell and Taylor.

Taylor County RECC was formed over 75 years ago for the purpose of providing ...

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The following programs are currently being offered for low-income members that have been economically impacted by COVID-19:


Healthy at Home Eviction Relief Fund - COVID-19 Rent + Utility Assistance

Purpose:

  • Prevent evictions and keep Kentucky renters housed during the pandemic.
  • Allow landlords to get substantial payments for back rent.
  • Reduce the volume of eviction cases in Kentucky Courts.

How to apply:

  • Landlord and tenant should BOTH apply online at https://teamkyhherf.ky.gov
  • Landlord and tenant MUST have one another's EMAIL ADDRESS

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

Purpose:

  • A federally funded program to help eligible low-income households meet their home heating and/or cooling needs

How to Apply:

  • Adair County 1-270-834-2147
  • Casey County 1-606-787-9209
  • Green County 1-270-932-7324
  • Taylor County 1-270-465-6554

 

Taylor County RECC's power supplier seeks approval to increase base rates...

Thursday April 1, 2021

East Kentucky Power Cooperative (EKPC), which generates and transmits wholesale electricity to Taylor County RECC, is seeking to raise base rates it charges Taylor County RECC and 15 other electric co-ops.

EKPC filed its application with the Kentucky Public Service Commision (PSC). If approved by the PSC, the proposal by EKPC will increase Taylor County RECC's rates and add about $4.17 or 4.06 percent to the monthly bill of the average residential member.

The proposed rate increase is from EKPC, not Taylor County RECC, and any additional revenue increase will go to EKPC, not Taylor County RECC.

EKPC filed the rate-adjustment request on April 1. Taylor County RECC also filed an application with the PSC detailing how the adjustment would be passed through its monthly bills to the membership.

Taylor County RECC has worked hard over the past decade with our power supplier to manage costs and improve our cost-competitiveness with other electric utilities in Kentucky.

Together, Taylor County RECC, EKPC, and 15 other electric cooperatives are known as Kentucky's Touchstone Energy Cooperatives. The cooperatives work together to promote economic development and bring jobs and investment to the communities they serve.