Ohhh, lookee what came with my KCP&L electric bill! Do read on:
State Sen. Mike Kehoe (R-Jefferson City) has introduced a bill, Senate Bill 50, that would allow utilities to recover the costs associated with obtaining an early site permit, or ESP, which is issued by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
The good news is consumers won't pay a dime unless and until the permit is issued. The cost would be less than $2 a year for residential customers. If completed, the plant would help diversify Missouri's power generating facilities and help continue to keep Missouri's electricity costs among the lowest in the nation.
For more information, please visit www.moenergyfuture.org. Sign up for updates and stay in-the-loop about how we're working to keep nuclear energy an option for the future. Find Missourians for a Balanced Energy Future on facebook and Twitter.
Umm... talk about bad timing. This arrived in the mail two days before the events in Japan.