East Kentucky co-op connected to PJM power grid

The East Kentucky Power Co-Op is now integrated onto power grid managed by the PJM Interconnection.

This move, completed June 1, brings the electric cooperative’s 3,099 MW of generation capacity onto PJM’s 2,797 miles of transmission, according to Power Engineering.

EKPC is a not-for-profit, member-owned cooperative that provides power to 16 owner-member distribution cooperatives throughout Kentucky.

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