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Kansas Senate Approves Bill Requiring Study Of Retail Competition As Part Of Rate Study

March 15,2019



The Kansas Senate has passed a substitute version of SB 69 which requires the Kansas Corporation Commission to conduct a study on electric rates, after large businesses said that current rates are uncompetitive with neighboring states

Among other things, the study authorized by the bill shall address, among other things, whether, "competitive markets for retail electricity can benefit all Kansas consumers."

The bill awaits action in the House

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Kansas   Deregulation   Electric Choice  

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