On May 11, 1935, President Franklin Roosevelt signed an executive order creating the Rural Electrification Administration. Just over a year later...
Jackson Purchase Energy is a regional electric utility serving approximately 30,000 member-owners in six counties of far western Kentucky. The company was organized in 1937 and the first lines were energized in 1938. Jackson Purchase Energy currently owns and maintains more than 3,000 miles of line and 27 step-down sub-stations.
District One: Livingston County (North of the Cumberland River)
District Two: Livingston County (South of the Cumberland River)
District Three: Marshall County
District Four: Graves, Carlisle and Ballard Counties (All area served by JPEC in Carlisle County, and south of Highway 286 in Ballard County
District Five: Ballard County (All area served by JPEC in Ballard County North of Highway 286)
District Six: McCracken County (West and North)
District Seven: McCracken County (West and South)
District Eight: McCracken County (Excluding the City of Paducah)