Great Plains Energy Inc., the parent company of KCP&L, has reached an agreement with the staff of Missouri’s utility regulators over its $8.6 billion takeover of rival Westar Energy Inc., a move that may bring the companies closer to completing their merger.
Great Plains Energy Inc., the parent company of KCP&L, has reached an agreement with the staff of Missouri’s utility regulators over its $8.6 billion takeover of rival Westar Energy Inc., a move that may bring the companies closer to completing their merger. JENIFER LAPOLLA-SANCHEZ File photo
Great Plains Energy Inc., the parent company of KCP&L, has reached an agreement with the staff of Missouri’s utility regulators over its $8.6 billion takeover of rival Westar Energy Inc., a move that may bring the companies closer to completing their merger. JENIFER LAPOLLA-SANCHEZ File photo

Great Plains Energy reaches deal with regulators on $8.6 billion Westar buyout

October 13, 2016 10:46 AM

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