The PSC approved Evergy Missouri’s request to slightly reduce customer bills based on its renewable energy rates.
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Members of the PSC include Ryan Silvey, Scott Rupp, Maida Coleman, Jason Holsman, and Glenn Kolkmeyer.
If taken offline, the project could leave 175,000-400,000 customers in the St. Louis region without service, Spire said.
About half of Missouri is required to adhere to 10-digit dialing to accommodate a new number for the National Suicide Prevention Hotline.
After nearly a year of deliberation, Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) approved Spire Missouri’s general rate case.
Evergy is nearing its sign-on goal on a solar subscription program allowing customers to offset their energy output with clean power.
Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) approved a temporary decrease to Evergy Metro customers’ electric bills beginning next month.
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.