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KCC staff recommends against disconnect moratorium

The Kansas Corporation Commission's staff is recommending against a new moratorium on utility disconnects during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The staff said it's opposed to...

KCC considers new moratorium on utility disconnects

State utility regulators are considering the possibility of imposing a new moratorium on utility disconnects during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The Kansas Corporation Commission on...

KCC staff favors minimum bill to recover solar costs

(Updated to correct the monthly cost of grid access fee) The Kansas Corporation Commission's staff is backing Evergy's fallback proposal to impose a $35 minimum...

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...

KCC nominee clears Senate confirmation panel

Gov. Laura Kelly's nominee to the Kansas Corporation Commission won the approval of a Senate committee on Wednesday, saying he would be an independent...

Evergy reports nearly 200,000 customers in arrears

Almost 200,000 of Evergy's electric customers in Kansas and Missouri have fallen behind on their power bills, yet one more sign of the economic...

Governor announces new KCC nominee

(Developing: Will be updated) Gov. Laura Kelly on Friday announced that she's nominating an Overland Park utilities lawyer to the Kansas Corporation Commission. Kelly is naming...

Expanded electric discounts considered for new development

A bill moving through the Legislature would expand efforts to discount high electric rates for companies moving to Kansas. A bill set for a hearing...

Settlement reached in electric backbilling case

By Suzanne King Sunflower State Journal Large electricity customers, such as public school districts and hospitals, would be on the hook for only about $3.5 million...

Sunday Reader: Senate 7 dance; ‘Absolute warrior’ passes

Good morning everyone: An extraordinarily slow week, maybe the slowest since we started this little venture about 18 months ago. Frankly, most everything that happened last...