The PSC ordered Ameren Missouri to revise its planned electrical surcharge protection program before offering it to customers.
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Ford and General Motors are requiring masks for employees and visitors at Missouri facilities as COVID-19 cases surge across the state.
The Spire STL Pipeline is pleading with FERC to allow it to continue providing natural gas service to the St. Louis area.
"Support for infrastructure legislation that makes transit investment a priority is imperative."
Electrify Missouri's Irl Scissors and Missouri Auto Dealers Association's Doug Smith to discuss the state of electric vehicles in Missouri.
The PSC is set to consider a request from Ameren Transmission Company of Illinois to construct a transmission line running through Missouri.
About 100,000 Missourians registered for a COVID-19 vaccine incentive program less than 24 hours after it was announced, according to DHSS.
Donald Kauerauf, the former assistant director of the Illinois Department of Public Health, has been chosen to lead Missouri’s health department.
Missouri’s electric cooperatives urged lawmakers to increase funding for broadband as they continue to expand access for rural communities.
The PSC is reconsidering a previous Spire Missouri rate case after it was remanded by the Missouri Supreme Court.