As the Kansas Legislature continues to discuss the future of energy in our state, we continue to prioritize the best interest of more than 280,000 consumer-members across Kansas.

SB 69, passed by the 2019 Kansas Legislature, authorized a study of 29 topics that may uncover some opportunities for utilities and customers to manage electricity costs in the future.  While the study may provide some useful insights, we remain cautious that the study may result in continued efforts to benefit large industrial consumers at a cost to Kansas residential customers.   We will work to ensure that any policy solution should include a benefit to all Kansas electric utility consumers, rather than selecting winners and losers.