Eleven Kentucky communities - large and small - have formed KYMEA to control decisions about their communities' energy costs and ensure reliable sources of power. KYMEA was established under a Kentucky Interlocal Cooperation Agreement to provide wholesale electric power generation and transmission to the municipal utilities of its owner communities - Barbourville, Bardwell, Benham, Berea, Corbin, Falmouth, Frankfort, Madisonville, Owensboro, Paris, and Providence.
Who We Are
Kentucky Municipal Energy Agency (KYMEA) was formed to facilitate effective collaboration among its members to do all things necessary to serve the current and future electric power and energy requirements of the members and to provide assistance related to their electric power and energy utility systems.
The objective of KYMEA is to provide cost-effective resources and services for the benefit of its members to enable them to achieve objectives they have set for themselves more efficiently and at lower costs than they could achieve individually.