Part of the rate increase requested Friday by KCP&L would go to replace water pipes at the Wolf Creek nuclear power plant.
Part of the rate increase requested Friday by KCP&L would go to replace water pipes at the Wolf Creek nuclear power plant. File photo
Part of the rate increase requested Friday by KCP&L would go to replace water pipes at the Wolf Creek nuclear power plant. File photo

KCP&L seeks a 12.5 percent rate increase for its Kansas customers

January 02, 2015 04:47 PM

UPDATED January 02, 2015 09:55 PM

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