A recent congressionally mandated report by the National Weather Service (NWS) and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has found that many states, including Missouri, have gaps between their radar sites, causing delays in weather reporting or allowing for inaccurate data.
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Funds will offset the cost of replacing or reconstructing roads, bridges, and safety equipment damaged during the storms.
Electric and gas customers will see an increase on their bills beginning Feb. 28, 2022, increasing Ameren’s annual revenues for electric services by $220 million and gas by $5 million overall.
"Local television stations play a unique and critical role in their communities, keeping viewers informed, entertained, and alerted in an emergency."
The PSC approved Empire District Electric Company’s first round of programs under Missouri’s clean energy investment policies Wednesday.
"This law builds back our bridges, our water system, our powerlines, electric grids — better, stronger, more resistant to climate change."
"While this is good news and we feel confident in our ability to provide reliable natural gas service to our St. Louis customers through this winter heating season, we’ll turn our focus to the long-term certificate for the pipeline."
Missouri clean energy advocates say focusing on efficiency and reducing the demand for power could be key to navigating future extreme storms.