By Suzanne King
Sunflower State Journal
Public school districts and hospitals are among the organizations that can expect to see extra electricity charges if a proposal before the Kansas Corporation Commission takes effect. But residential customers could be getting a refund.
In a case that has been winding its way through the KCC for more than three years, the KCC staff has recommended that Evergy, the utility created when Westar Energy and KCP&L merged, recalculate a transmission charge it passed through to customers going back to 2016.
The KCC staff argues that the recalculation . . .