“We continue to firmly believe that combining Great Plains Energy and Westar creates significant value for customers, employees and communities in Kansas and Missouri as well as for our shareholders,” said Terry Bassham, chairman and chief executive of Great Plains Energy, parent company of Kansas City Power & Light, in a written statement.
“We continue to firmly believe that combining Great Plains Energy and Westar creates significant value for customers, employees and communities in Kansas and Missouri as well as for our shareholders,” said Terry Bassham, chairman and chief executive of Great Plains Energy, parent company of Kansas City Power & Light, in a written statement. File photo by ALLISON LONG along@kcstar.com
“We continue to firmly believe that combining Great Plains Energy and Westar creates significant value for customers, employees and communities in Kansas and Missouri as well as for our shareholders,” said Terry Bassham, chairman and chief executive of Great Plains Energy, parent company of Kansas City Power & Light, in a written statement. File photo by ALLISON LONG along@kcstar.com

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