STATE OF MISSOURI

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

 

At a session of the Public Service Commission held at its office in Jefferson City on the 13th day of February, 2013.

 

 

In the Matter of the Application of KCP&L Greater             )

Missouri Operations Company  Containing Its Annual        )        File No. ER-2013-0340

Fuel Adjustment Clause True-Up.                                     )

 

 

ORDER APPROVING
FUEL ADJUSTMENT CLAUSE TRUE-UP

 

Issue Date:  February 13, 2013                           Effective Date:  February 23, 2013

 

 

On December 19, 2012, KCP&L Greater Missouri Operations Company (KCP&L‑GMO) filed an application containing the company’s fuel adjustment clause true-up.  The true-up corrects an under-collection of $102,750 for the territory formerly served by Aquila Networks-MPS, and an under-collection of $2,070 for the territory formerly served by Aquila Networks-L&P.

The Commission’s rule regarding fuel adjustment clauses requires the Commission’s Staff to examine and analyze the information submitted by the company and to submit a recommendation within 30 days.[1]  Staff filed its recommendation on January 18, 2013.  Based on its examination and analysis of information filed by KCP&L-GMO, Staff recommends the Commission approve the company’s true-up filing.  Staff further explains that the under-collected amounts indicated in this true-up filing are included in the calculations underlying KCP&L-GMO’s fuel adjustment clause rate schedules currently before the Commission in File No. ER-2013-0341.   

More than ten days have passed since Staff filed its recommendation, and no party has filed a response to that recommendation.[2]  

Based on the Direct Testimony of Linda J. Nunn, submitted by KCP&L-GMO along with its application, as well as the uncontested recommendation of Staff, the Commission will approve KCP&L-GMO’s true-up filing.

 

THE COMMISSION ORDERS THAT:

1.               KCP&L Greater Missouri Operations Company’s eighth true-up filing for the eighth recovery period (September 1, 2011, through August 31, 2012) is approved.

2.               This order shall become effective on February 23, 2013.

3.               This file shall be closed on February 24, 2013.

 

BY THE COMMISSION

 

 

 

 

Shelley Brueggemann

Acting Secretary

 

( S E A L )

 

Gunn, Chm., Jarrett, R. Kenney,

Stoll, and W. Kenney, CC., concur.

 

Pridgin, Senior Regulatory Law Judge



[1] 4 CSR 240-20.090(5)(D).

[2] Commission Rule 4 CSR 240-2.080(15) allows parties not more than ten days from the date of filing to respond to any pleading unless otherwise ordered by the Commission.