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Panasonic electric costs expected to be shared across Midwest, utility officials say

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Kansas ratepayers are not expected to shoulder the full cost of supplying the new Panasonic plant in De Soto with electricity, utility company officials...

Retired minister launches campaign against Turk

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A retired Methodist minister is challenging Republican state Rep. Adam Turk of Shawnee for the House District 117 seat in western Johnson County and...

Kelly signs bill helping Evergy raise capital for economic development

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Gov. Laura Kelly on Thursday signed a bill that Evergy says will help it attract investor capital needed to meet the demands of new...

Evergy reaches deal on regulatory changes addressing economic development demand

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Evergy has reached a deal on a bill that it says will help attract investor capital needed to meet the demands of new economic...

House rejects bill giving state utility regulators open meetings exemption

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The Kansas House on Thursday decisively defeated a bill that would have exempted the panel that oversees utility regulation from the state’s open meetings...

Kansas lawmakers consider higher standard for closing coal-fired plants

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Kansas may soon raise the bar for closing coal plants with new legislation that environmentalists say will favor one type of energy over another. The...

Regulators say Evergy bill would raise rates, offer mixed reviews on legislation

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State utility regulators predict that electric rates would increase under a bill pursued by Evergy that the company says will help attract investor capital...

A conversation with Evergy’s Chuck Caisley

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The Regulator and the regulated: This is the second of a two-part conversation with two of the key players in the energy debate in...

A conversation with KCC Chair Andrew French

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The Regulator and the regulated: This is the first of a two-part conversation with key players in the energy debate in Kansas. First, we...

UPDATED: KCC considers whether to open documents related to winter storm Uri

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(Updated to include comment from Black Hills) State utility regulators on Thursday agreed to consider whether they should make public documents detailing gas costs incurred...