Kansas City Power & Light said the $121 million-a-year rate request, if approved by the Missouri Public Service Commission, would amount to about a $14 monthly increase for the average residential customer.
Kansas City Power & Light said the $121 million-a-year rate request, if approved by the Missouri Public Service Commission, would amount to about a $14 monthly increase for the average residential customer. Carsten Reisinger
Kansas City Power & Light said the $121 million-a-year rate request, if approved by the Missouri Public Service Commission, would amount to about a $14 monthly increase for the average residential customer. Carsten Reisinger

KCP&L seeks a 15.8 percent rate increase for about half of its Missouri customers

October 30, 2014 4:38 PM

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