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March 07, 2009

KCP&L rate increase

So KCP&L wants to raise rates (3/4, A-1). This may be a savings for consumers. With less money to spend on groceries, people will be using that electric stove less. And after the utilities are cut off from non-payment, the savings will be even more.

Spring is close, so there won’t be the worry of people freezing to death, just a little heatstroke when summer gets here. How much is a block of ice these days?

Jim Svetlecic
Liberty

Comments

NoMoreMrNiceGuy

Just wait until Biden and Co take coal fired plants off line. You have not seen rate increase yet. YOu do realize KCP&L along with every other utility company does have enormous overhead called power plants and employees coupled with AQCS mandates that must be completed by a certain time frame or face millions in fines.
Just wait until we are forced to drive electric cars and the demand increases by 50%.

 
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