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September 6, 2011 12:00 AM

To pay less as electric rates rise, Kentuckians will have to be pro-active

There's no doubt that Kentucky's electricity bills are on the rise, as utilities sort out how much it will cost them to comply with new federal environmental regulations affecting mercury and coal ash impoundments. To save money, customers need to reduce the amount of electricity they use through energy-saving programs.

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