As COVID-19 social distancing guidelines send employees in many industries home, utility work is still being conducted with added precautions.
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As more local municipalities have enacted stay at home orders, the Missouri Public Service Commission has requested utility workers be deemed “essential” and allowed to continue their work.
Gov. Mike Parson requested the federal government approve a major disaster declaration for Missouri as the state continues to grapple with the coronavirus pandemic.
The Public Service Commission has released new guidelines on certain cases in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The transit service that is essential now will be even more so when Missourians get back to the business of building safe, sustainable, and economically viable communities.
Ameren Missouri announced it is partnering with charities to provide $1 million in energy assistance to customers as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
With concerns over the spread of COVID-19 ongoing, major automakers announced the halt of production at plants across the nation this week.
Ameren Missouri is allowed to issue and sell an additional long-term indebtedness following approval from the PSC.
Michael Pace announced he will step down from his role as a member of the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission effective immediately.
The Missouri Senate passed legislation Monday afternoon changing how gas corporations handle infrastructure replacement cases — including just what types of pipes and other structures are eligible to be replaced.