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   Do you know your daily energy usage?

Measuring your home's energy consumption is the first step toward finding ways to decrease it.

To find out your daily usage, click on the usage tab above and then choose usage history.  You will have the ability to view the last 6 months usage, as well as, view the average, high, and low temperatures for each day.

Does it really help my bill if I raise the thermostat by a few degrees in the summer?  Will I use less energy if I wash one full load instead of two small loads?  This graph can help you answer those questions.  Check it out today.

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Welcome to Paducah Power System's new Customer Portal. 

This site is designed to allow you to easily manage your account online. Now you will have the ability to do the following:

  • Pay your bill.
  • Sign up for budget billing or levelized billing
  • Sign up for bank draft
  • Sign up for alerts and reminders
  • View your billing history
Operation Round Up




As a public utility, Paducah Power System has a long tradition of service to our customers and the community.  We care about our customers in need.  Operation Round Up provides emergency energy assitance to these customers who cannot afford to pay their electric bill.  Just a few cents each month can make a tremendous difference in the lives of those who need help within our community. Help us to help others by participating in our Operation Round Up program. 

By signing up, you authorize us to round up your bill to the next whole dollar amount.  For instance, if your bill was $67.35, it will be rounded up to $68. One hundred percent of the contributions go directly to assist individuals with their electric bills. It is temporary help and is not to be used as an ongoing source of supplementary income.   

The funds are administered by West Kentucky Allied Services(WKAS). WKAS is a private, non-profit organization governed by a board of directors.  All clients served by WKAS are screened based on on income and need.

Please call our customer service representatives at 575-4000 to sign up for Operation Round Up.

Tip of the Day

Did you know that your home’s second largest energy user is the hot water heater? With an electric water heater, there is no pilot light to worry about, no fumes from gas and no ventilation problems. Paducah Power System offers cash incentives on electric water heaters. You can receive $100 when replacing a gas water heater with an electric unit or $50 when replacing your existing electric unit.

To qualify:

(1) Water heaters must be 4500 watt, double element, quick recove...ry, with a minimum of five year warranty

(2) The installation address must be on Paducah Powers System's service lines

(3) You must be the homeowner and occupy the installation address. (If a tenant occupies the installation address, both the tenant and homeowner must sign for the water heater).

For more information, please contact Julie Colvis at 575-4032.



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Paducah Ky 42001
Phone: 270-575-4000
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