MPUA expresses support for Grain Belt project, addresses eminent domain concerns

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Members of the Missouri Public Utility Alliance (MPUA) expressed unwavering support for a new transmission line Tuesday, arguing it would...

Republicans spar over transportation bonding bill overnight

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Sen. Bill Eigel briefly took over the Senate floor Tuesday afternoon to block the body from taking up a transportation...

Opinion: Ameren Missouri Customers Enjoying Rate Cut and Rate Cap Benefits Now, Greater Service...

Last year around this same time, the Missouri legislature took a major step forward for our state when they overwhelmingly passed a new, bipartisan...

This Week in the PSC: March 27, 2019

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Missouri Public Service approved just a few agenda items during its weekly meeting Wednesday. The PSC approved a motion...

Kehoe ‘enthused’ after Hyperloop task force holds first meeting

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The bipartisan task force charged with determining the feasibility of constructing a Hyperloop in Missouri met for the first time...

PSC approves massive transmission project facilitating renewable energy, economic growth

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Missouri Public Service Commission (PSC) unanimously approved a certificate of convenience and necessity for the Grain Belt Express Clean...

Libla proposes fuel tax increase spread over multiple years

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A bill increasing the state’s fuel tax garnered support from outside agencies during a hearing Thursday morning. Appearing before the Senate...

This Week in the PSC: March 13, 2019

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Missouri Public Service Commission tackled a few agenda items Wednesday morning. The commission approved an order from Wisper ISP...

Ameren Missouri reaches milestone in plans to build second wind facility in the state

New renewable energy planned for Atchison County ST. LOUIS – Ameren Missouri's second planned wind facility in the state is one step closer to producing...

Ameren unveils $5.3 billion grid upgrade plan spurred by changes to utility laws

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri’s largest electric provider has unveiled a plan to invest $5.3 billion in infrastructure upgrades, which they say lawmakers made possible...

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