A Kansas City Power & Light program encourages customers to turn up their thermostats on hot days."Projections have shown that we are going to reach our peak load, meaning the most electricity that our system can hold, later this afternoon and again tomorrow afternoon," KCP&L spokesman Jeremy McNeive said.McNeive said that if the system goes beyond peak load can cause circuits to blow, causing outages.KCP&L customers who signed up for the Demand Response Incentive Program will see a temperature change during "rush hours" from 4 p.m.
Friday, July 19, 2019
TKC CONFIRMED!!! TURN DOWN THE THERMOSTAT OR RISK KILLING THE GRID!!!
Yesterday our blog community engaged in an important story about the grid . . . Later our talk was validated as real news with this reminder that local power players want this town to sweat it out in the coming days. Read more: