KCC demands justification for blacked-out rate study


State utility regulators on Tuesday demanded the author of the second phase of an electric rate study explain why its report was heavily blacked out and called on the firm to issue a new version of the document by the end of the month.

The Kansas Corporation Commission wants Los Angeles-based AECOM Technical Services to explain why it masked extensive portions of the study, which was made public July 2.

In some cases, sections of the report with key facts . . .


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