KCP&L Selects PCI for Data Warehouse Needs

Norman, OK – March 29, 2012: Kansas City Power & Light Company (KCP&L) has selected Power Costs, Inc. (PCI) to supply its data warehouse needs for the current and future SPP as well as PJM and MISO markets. KCP&L currently uses PCI software for managing their market interactions in the SPP market as well as their analytical needs.

“We are very excited that KCP&L has selected PCI for their data warehouse needs,” said Jason Hebert, vice president of Professional Services and Sales. “There are a lot of choices in the marketplace today for data warehousing and we are thrilled that KCP&L continues to have faith in PCI and our products.”

PCI offers a robust product offering for market participants when combining their market operating system with the PCI data warehouse.

“KCP&L is pleased with PCI’s data warehouse design and business intelligence solutions,” said Eric Peterson, KCP&L director of Supply Resources. “PCI’s solution will help meet KCP&L’s long term goals to centralize and leverage the vast quantities of market data, while also supporting the more complex business analytics.”

About KCP&L: Headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri, Great Plains Energy Incorporated (NYSE: GXP) is the holding company of Kansas City Power & Light Company and KCP&L Greater Missouri Operations Company, two of the leading regulated providers of electricity in the Midwest. Kansas City Power & Light and KCP&L Greater Missouri Operations use KCP&L as a brand name. More information can be found at: www.greatplainsenergy.com or www.kcpl.com.
Power Costs, Inc. (PCI) is the leading provider of generation supply management and optimization software to energy companies. Founded in 1992 by Dr. Fred Lee, PCI continues to develop power industry software solutions, superior customer support and value-added services for its diverse customer base. More than half of all power generation in the U.S. is optimized using PCI software solutions. PCI is based in Norman, Oklahoma and is a privately held company. To learn more about PCI, please visit www.powercosts.com.
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