As the Midwest faces snow and frigid temperatures this week, Missouri utilities are advising customers to cut down on energy usage.
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Missouri’s PSC approved a Fuel Adjustment Charge (FAC) change to allow Evergy Missouri West to offset under-recovered costs this week.
Gov. Mike Parson signed an executive order to temporarily relax hours of service limitations for fuel trucks for the next ten days.
"When states block communities from passing their own laws, they silence local democracy and hurt community health and the environment."
Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) extended a waiver for the state’s natural gas companies in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new bill pre-filed by state Sen. Denny Hoskins would enact a biodiesel fuel minimum for Missouri, one of the largest producers in the U.S.
Here’s a look at some of the ways Missouri’s utilities are assisting customers during the COVID-19 pandemic and the winter months.
Spire Missouri filed a general rate review with the PSC Friday, hoping to fund new programs while maintaining low prices for customers.
Missouri’s utility companies could get financial help switching to renewable natural gas under a new bill filed by incoming Sen. Jason Bean.
With Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) approval, Spire Missouri can move up the start date for one of its COVID-19 relief programs.