Regulators approve KCP&L rate cuts, solar pilot, demand pricing
Kansas City Power & Light will lower rates for some customers, introduce a new demand-based pricing structure and try a pilot program for solar-generated power under a raft of new provisions approved Wednesday by the Missouri Public Service Commission.
The cuts will lower rates for KCP&L’s General Missouri Operation by 3.2 percent.
The rate cuts arose from KCP&L’s January request for a rate increase, the PSC said. Rates were lowered to reflect the impact of federal tax cuts on the utility.