KCP&L agrees to cutting electric bills; separate rate class for schools to be studied

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KCP&L has tentatively agreed to trim electric bills after seeking a $26 million rate increase, according to an agreement filed with state regulators.

KCP&L will cut rates by $10.7 million as part of an agreement with several Johnson County school districts, Walmart, Overland Park Regional Medical Center and Johnson County Community College, among others.

As part of the settlement, the Kansas Corporation Commission will investigate whether a special rate class should be considered for schools, which . . .


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