Kansas has the highest electric rates in the region.
That's a problem the Governor, KCC
and Legislature need to address.
Kansas is a high-cost energy state, and that's a problem.
We all pay too much: homeowners and renters, businesses, schools, hospitals and manufacturers -- we all pay too much for electricity in Kansas. After a decade of constant rate increases, Kansas now has the highest rates of any of the surrounding states. This must stop.
Regulators, legislators and the governor need to work with consumers, utilities and other stakeholders to figure out a way to make Kansas rates competitive with neighboring states.
Even as we work to lower rates, Evergy is working to push them higher. Help us as we work to lower electric rates in Kansas.
We are working for you, consumers and the Kansas economy
2018: Passed Senate Resolution condemning high rates
2019: Passed SB 69, leading to robust study of electric rates and solutions to reduce rates
2020: Passed HB 2585, eliminating state income tax for utilities, reducing gas and electric rates
2021: Ensured securitization legislation contained strong consumer protections
2022: Proposed legislation to limit annual electric rate increases
2023: Passed HB 2225 to reduce transmission expenses
Intervene in utility rate requests
Fought for rate reductions in 2018 rate cases
Won 2019 case denying power plant purchase, saving customers millions
Active stakeholder in Evergy's STP spending plan docket