Kansas City Power & Light: Continue Solar Rebates for 2013
  • Petitioned Terry Bassham

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CEO, Kansas City Power & Light
Terry Bassham

Kansas City Power & Light: Continue Solar Rebates for 2013

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      Renew Missouri

On Friday, July 5th Kansas City Power and Light (KCP&L) threatened to suspend the solar rebates for 2013.  Without this rebate, KCP&L's customers wouldn't be able to put up solar, solar companies wouldn't be able to sell solar , and all Missourians would suffer from over-reliance on coal and gas.  The demand for solar has only increased since 2008 when 66% of Missouri voters passed the renewable energy standard (RES).  KCP&L needs to be held accountable by their customers and supporters of clean energy.

To:
Terry Bassham, CEO, Kansas City Power & Light
Kansas City Power & Light needs to keep offering solar rebates continually to their customers. Please rescind your July 5th filing and instead reassure your customers that solar rebates will be available for years to come.

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • James Holtzman SAINT LOUIS, MO
      • 9 months ago

      RE is important to all sentient beings on the planet!

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    • Laura Neuman ST. LOUIS, MO
      • 9 months ago

      Clean energy is needed for a healthy future -- for healthy people and healthy businesses.

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    • Hannah Smith COLUMBIA, MO
      • 10 months ago

      We need to start making changes fast before it's too late. Climate change is undeniable at this point, and if we want any world at all, we are going to have to do things a little differently.

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    • Chris Baynes WENTZVILLE, MO
      • 10 months ago

      I support clean energy.

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    • Judith Hunter ST. LOUIS, MO
      • 11 months ago

      Isn't solar energy one important answer to our environmental AND electrical needs?

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