The nearly $300 million Ohio power customers payed Dayton Power & Light in fees that were ultimately deemed unlawful deserves another look from the state’s top court, Kroger Co., the Ohio Manufacturers’ Association, and the Ohio Consumers’ Counsel argue.

The groups asked the Ohio Supreme Court to revisit its decision from early this month that struck down the fees but stopped short of ordering the Public Utility Commission of Ohio, which had approved the charges, to...