What’s The Matter With Kansas? Demand Charges, That’s What

By Frank Andorka By Frank Andorka, Senior Correspondent

Ah, Kansas, why did you go and have to be the exception?
The Kansas Corporation Commission (KCC) (which regulates its utilities) decided last week to grant the proposals made by the state’s two largest utilities – Westar Energy and Kansas City Power & Light to lower utility bills for everyone in their service areas except solar users.
For some reason, the KCC decided it would allow solar users to be penalized for generating their own electricity by hitting them with a demand charge that could cost solar users anywhere between $27 and $36 a month, according to calculations

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