KCP&L merger with Westar Energy delayed, but still planned

Kansas City Power & Lighting’s role with Clarksdale Public Utilities is expected to change in the next few months.

KCP&L, which take all power within the city generating plant and, in return, pays all cost associated with plant including insurance overpay, was expected to merge with Westar Energy from Topeka, Kan., last year. KCP&L representative Stan Lister brought Casey Bough to from Westar Energy to a CPU meeting in March 2017. Bough was supposed to be the company representative that made a quarterly visit with CPU going forward, but the merger did not occur at that time.

Online Subscribers Only
Current subscribers login now. login You are logged in, but need a service from the list below to view this article.