Solar panel users in Kansas continue to pay higher electricity bills as they wait for utility company Evergy to keep a promise made during this years legislative session to remove a recently added fee.
Evergy says it will follow through on the promise by the end of May. But state regulators ultimately hold the power to decide whether or not to approve the request to change some solar customers rates.
This process is much slower than we had hoped, Climate and Energy Project executive director Dorothy Barnett said.
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