Regulators’ opposition could unravel a consensus plan to provide millions of dollars in energy efficiency programs to Evergy’s Kansas customers.
Kansas and Missouri’s largest utilities earned nearly failing grades for their progress transitioning to renewable sources of energy, according to a new report from a national environmental group.
Evergy customers and environmental activists urged the Kansas Corporation Commission to endorse the utility company’s new energy efficiency programs, but also look beyond that plan to help low-income residential customers save money by slashing their electricity demand.
Evergy wants to remind people to report powerlines that have blown into tree limbs or become entangled with trees and to stay far away.
Lawrence’s electric utility provider is reporting a surge in phone scams using false information to gather credit card information from customers.
Evergy customers in Kansas could soon get discounts and rebates to upgrade their homes to be more energy efficient.
Here’s an update on the streetlights casting a blue-purple hue over Lawrence’s roadways.
Four of the five members on Evergy’s finance committee, tasked with recommending management and investment decisions to the board of directors, were selected by activist hedge funds that critics worry are asserting undue influence over the electric utility.
Evergy can retire two more coal-burning power plants within the decade without sacrificing affordability or massively increasing rates, environmental advocates say in a new report.
Evergy and environmental groups agree investing in energy efficiency is far cheaper for the company and, in turn, its customers than having to add more electric generation, like new wind farms.
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