Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) approved a temporary decrease to Evergy Metro customers’ electric bills beginning next month.
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Members of the PSC include Ryan Silvey, Scott Rupp, Maida Coleman, Jason Holsman, and Glenn Kolkmeyer.
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected a request from the Spire STL Pipeline to preserve its service through the winter months Friday.
Sen. Mike Cierpiot and chief of staff Michelle Pleus were honored by Evergy this week for their work on securitization legislation.
The PSC approved several natural gas companies’ efforts to mitigate the impact of February’s cold snap on customers this week.
Some Republican legislators are preparing to resume the push for eminent domain reform in the statehouse next session.
The PSC is allowing Ameren Missouri to lease a section of unused fiber to another company seeking to expand broadband coverage.
The PSC approved Spire Missouri’s Weather Normalization Adjustment Rider adjustment, ensuring a rate decrease for customers next month.
A new Illinois law could bring the Grain Belt Express project one step closer to construction, according to parent company Invenergy.
The PSC approved a second variance from its gas meter inspection rules for Summit Natural Gas due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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