Saturday, September 16, 2017


Energy reporting amid rising temperatures, the increasingly inefficient grid and energy infrastructure FAIL. Checkit:

Kansas City is an 'urban heat island'

We're experiencing a September heatwave and it turns out that Kansas City residents spend a higher percentage of their paycheck than most people to cool their homes. Here's why. Part of the reason is geography. In the Midwest, we have to adjust our temperatures for all four seasons.


Anonymous said...

the increasingly inefficient grid and energy infrastructure FAIL

Wow no facts to back that statement up. It has nothing to do with the story.

Do you just keep your spewing points on save strings?

The Truth of the Matter said...

I cool my home to 74 every summer and heat it to 69 every winter. It sure does not cost me more to do so over people living in a lot of other locations in this country. kctv5 for the most part is once again full of shit.

Anonymous said...

Fantasy Island.

my butt hurts said...

I hate sience. Sience is backed up, by the lib msm media.

Anonymous said...

I guess the rioting in St Louis ( 3 hours east) resulting in nine injured police officers and an attack on the Mayor's home......isn't news.

Anonymous said...

I think Kansas City is a heat island because there are so many fat sluts that live here. I bet 85% of the sluts here range from overweight to morbidly obese. And they all wear those skin tight leggings and have major camel toe going on.

Anonymous said...

KCPL does its part. This month they begin an eight-month period of lower kw costs.

Anonymous said...


Notice NOT 1 word out of
Zoe Brown, Digital Producer
Nathan Vickers, Multimedia Journalist

with KCTV 5,,,,

on just how many "RATE INCREASES" KCP&L has had over the last 6 to 8 years !!!

Notice how they conveniently left that out in their pathetic phony 1/2 assed story they tried to sell all you naïve fools who believe what you read from those dumb ass reporters !!

Anonymous said...

I'm surprised to hear someone actually use the words "heat island". It does exist because weather fronts will move toward our area and then dissipate when it hits all that concrete and asphalt. With no green space or trees to cool the air, the heat just builds. If you don't want to believe it, that's your choice. But it certainly would improve the city as a whole if we didn't allow paving every square inch of land.