Compare Fuel Costs

An electric car is up to three times cheaper than a gas-powered car to drive — even with low gas prices. Learn more about what it costs to fuel an electric vehicle.

KCP&L customers, are you curious what it costs to charge an electric vehicle at home or at public chargers on the Clean Charge Network? Check out this chart to compare.

At some Clean Charge locations, public charging is free thanks to a partnership between KCP&L and the host site.
See which stations are free here.

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MILES

KANSAS

Home

$.1075 / kwh

$

Level 2

$.1388 / kwh

$

Level 3

$.148 / kwh

$

Gas

$2.81 / gal

$

MISSOURI

Home

$.138 / kwh

$

Level 2

$.20 / kwh

$

Level 3

$.25 / kwh

$

Gas

$2.81 / gal

$

0

MILES

KANSAS

Home

$.1075 / kwh

$

Level 2

$.1388 / kwh

$

Level 3

$.148 / kwh

$

Gas

$2.81 / gal

$

MISSOURI

Home

$.138 / kwh

$

Level 2

$.20 / kwh

$

Level 3

$.25 / kwh

$

Gas

$2.81 / gal

$

0

MILES

KANSAS

Home

$.1075 / kwh

$

Level 2

$.1388 / kwh

$

Level 3

$.148 / kwh

$

Gas

$2.81 / gal

$

MISSOURI

Home

$.138 / kwh

$

Level 2

$.20 / kwh

$

Level 3

$.25 / kwh

$

Gas

$2.81 / gal

$

Electric Drive Cost Calculator

Calculate annual fuel cost and greenhouse gas emissions for hybrid and plug-in electric vehicles.

Kansas

Residential prices do not include taxes, Customer Charge,  Demand Side Investment Mechanism (DSIM) or the Fuel Adjustment Clause (FAC). Level 1 and 2 Charger prices do not include city taxes or fees.

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Level 2 Chargers

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Missouri

Residential prices do not include taxes, Customer Charge,  Demand Side Investment Mechanism (DSIM) or the Fuel Adjustment Clause (FAC). Level 1 and 2 Charger prices do not include city taxes or fees.

Residential Rate

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Level 2 Chargers

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Level 3 Chargers

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