The Average Payment Plan can help reduce your high bills in summer and winter and make it easier to manage your monthly bill. The plan allows you to pay a monthly bill on the average cost of your most recent 12-month period. The amount due may vary slightly month to month but if you were signed up for Average Payment, your bill for this month would have only been Label and then every bill in the coming months would be close to that same amount. It’s not too late to sign up for your Label bill.
For more information about the Average Pay Program and how it can help reduce high bill surprises, visit our Average Payment Plan page
Electric vehicles (EVs) are affordable, reliable, inexpensive to fuel, and fun to drive. Here are four of the top reasons to purchase an EV.
1. Discover which type of EV will best fit your needs.
2. Determine your charging level needs. There are two levels of home charging available today. It is important to note that charging time is dependent on many factors including charging level, battery capacity, range driven, and more.
3. Contact your local dealership to find and test drive your perfect EV.
4. Enjoy your new electric vehicle and plug in to your garage!
As an electric vehicle (EV) owner, you are probably aware of the many benefits of owning and operating your vehicle. At Westar Energy, we are excited to tell you about another benefit that you probably didn’t know about.
Beginning in 2018, Westar Energy owned and operated EV charging stations are fueling EVs with 100% clean energy. We didn’t hook a wind turbine or solar panel up to them, but we did the next best thing. Each year, we purchase Renewable Energy Certificates (or RECs) equal to the amount of energy used by these charging stations over the course of a year. To learn more about how REC’s work, click here.
As of early 2018, we have only a handful of public charging stations across our service territory. Today, many of our public charging stations are in downtown Wichita and Topeka. However, by the end of 2018 we will add close to 40 additional public charging stations in different locations across our service territory. For an interactive map of all public locations across the state, click here.
For more information on our free dealer training on electric vehicles, email us here.
Visit our electric vehicle FAQ or additional resources.