Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) is reviewing its practices following an order from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
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Members of the PSC include Ryan Silvey, William Kenney, Scott Rupp, Maida Coleman, and Jason Holsman.
As the Midwest recovers from last week’s winter storm, Missouri’s Public Service Commission is investigating its impact on utility companies.
The Missouri House passed a bill that would put control of eminent domain issues in the hands of local officials Thursday.
Ameren Missouri is pledging a sizable investment into infrastructure and renewable energy as part of its commitment to smart energy.
Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) dismissed an application from a pair of energy entities to approve a transition of assets.
Members of Missouri’s congressional delegation called on the federal government to investigate the energy issues gripping the Midwest.
As winter storms grip the Midwest — and Texas faces millions of power outages — Missouri is trying to stay on top of the demand for energy.
As the Midwest faces snow and frigid temperatures this week, Missouri utilities are advising customers to cut down on energy usage.
Missouri’s PSC approved a Fuel Adjustment Charge (FAC) change to allow Evergy Missouri West to offset under-recovered costs this week.
Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) extended a waiver for the state’s natural gas companies in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.