The Kansas Corporation Commission Cold Weather Rule ensures you will have electric and gas service for your home during the winter, by not allowing ultility companies to shut off services under the following guidlines:


 




Utility companies may not initiate disconnection until temperatures are forecast to be above 35 degrees for the next 48-hours.

Utility companies must contact the customer by phone or in person 24-hours before disconnecting service.

Utility companies are prohibited from disconnecting a customer's service when temperatures are forecast to be at or below 35 degrees over the next 24-hours.

Should there also be a hot weather rule, so people can keep their airconditioning running?


The Kansas Corporation Commission Cold Weather Rule ensures you will have electric and gas service for your home during the winter, by not allowing ultility companies to shut off services under the following guidlines:

 

Utility companies may not initiate disconnection until temperatures are forecast to be above 35 degrees for the next 48-hours. Utility companies must contact the customer by phone or in person 24-hours before disconnecting service. Utility companies are prohibited from disconnecting a customer's service when temperatures are forecast to be at or below 35 degrees over the next 24-hours.

Should there also be a hot weather rule, so people can keep their airconditioning running?