This will be the first solar power facility for KCP&L, producing enough electricity to power more than 400 homes.
Multiple reports of phone scams involving customers’ utility bills and personal information are coming in to KCP&L.
Proposed price increase needed to recover money spent upgrading the company’s infrastructure, adding regional transmission lines, and complying with environmental and cybersecurity mandates.
Volunteers from The Salvation Army and KCP&L will distribute free fans.
Transaction, valued at $12.2 billion, creates leading Midwest electric utility better positioned to serve customers and meet the region’s energy needs.
New energy efficiency programs for Missouri customers available now and programs for Kansas customers planned for early 2017.
These new wind facility additions continue KCP&L’s commitment to sustainability.
Proposed rate adjustment will allow the utility to recover costs for reliability and customer service investments.
KCP&L wants to help you trim your energy waistline with five tips to help you save money in the New Year.
KCP&L has seen an increase in reports of phone scams involving customers’ utility bills and other personal information.
KCP&L’s Energy Gift and Dollar-Aide programs can offer utility bill assistance year-round
Energy Analyzer tool can stretch your savings even further.