Where an electric company argued in a general rate case that the Public Service Commission erroneously refused to allow it to adjust the electrical consumption during the test year used in the rate case to reflect its new energy efficiency measures, the denial of an annualization adjustment was supported by substantial and competent evidence and was not arbitrary or capricious, but the commission erred in holding that the company’s electric vehicle charging stations did not fall within the statutory definition of “electric plant
Judgment is reversed and remanded in part.
In the Matter of: Kansas City Power and Light Company’s Request for Authority to Implement a General Rate Increase v. Public Service Commission (MLW No. 71962/Case No. WD80911 – 20 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District, Ahuja, J.) Appealed from the Missouri Public Service Commission (James M. Fischer, Larry W. Dority, Jefferson City; Roger W. Steiner, Robert Hack, Joshua Harden, Karl Zobrist, Kansas City, Missouri; and Lisa Gilbreath, Portland, for appellant) (Jennifer Heintz, John Borgmeyer and David Wordsmall, Jefferson City, for respondents).