Kansas Chamber, other groups line up to participate in Evergy rate case


The Kansas Chamber of Commerce is taking a rare - if not unprecedented - step of trying to intervene in Evergy's case for raising electric rates for the first time in five years.

The chamber, along with an assortment of governments and other heavy power users, is asking state regulators to allow it to take part in the rate case now before the Kansas Corporation Commission.

"Cost and reliability of electricity is a top concern for Kansas Chamber members," said Alan Cobb, president and CEO . . .


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