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Renewable energy development limits surfacing again

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A vocal critic of renewable energy, the chair of the Senate utilities committee is gearing up for another fight with the wind and solar...

Kelly administration urges caution on conservation plan

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Gov. Laura Kelly's administration is urging the federal government to take a cautious approach with an ambitious and controversial plan to conserve 30% of...

Regulators approve electric vehicle charging rebates

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State utility regulators approved Evergy's plan to encourage the adoption of electric vehicles by offering rebates to customers who move to a cleaner form...

KCC raises concern about Evergy sustainability plan

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Kansas utility regulators are ordering Evergy to show whether its roadmap for modernizing its utility grid, investing in renewable energy sources and cutting costs...

KCC denies second request for natural gas subpoena

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A coalition of natural gas users on Tuesday lost its renewed bid to get state utility regulators to subpoena a company that influences natural...

KCC asked to approve $105 million natural gas agreement

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State utility regulators are being asked to approve a $105 million agreement that would cover costs that hit Kansas Gas Service and other natural...

Legislative pressure builds on utility regulators

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Legislative pressure is mounting on state regulators to more aggressively respond to ongoing investigations into how ratepayers were hit with nearly $1 billion in...

Kelly administration opposes new prairie chicken protections

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Gov. Laura Kelly's administration is urging the federal government not to impose new protections for the lesser prairie chicken, saying the states are in...

Federal regulators propose prairie chicken protections

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Federal environmental regulators are proposing to list the lesser prairie chicken as threatened in Kansas under the Endangered Species Act, setting off complaints that...

$20 million in loan relief OK’d for wholesale gas customers

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The Kansas Legislature on Friday approved $20 million in loan relief for customers of wholesale natural gas suppliers, who were hit with skyrocketing utility...