Here’s a look at how the PSC's Staff operates, what cases it takes on, and how it factors into the commission’s work.
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Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) approved a waiver allowing Ameren Missouri to compete to provide electric service to a new development project.
Renew Missouri released a trio of educational videos to promote National Energy Efficiency Day Wednesday.
The PSC granted fuel rate adjustments for Empire after addressing concerns raised over a retired coal generation facility.
St. Louis is one of the most improved cities in America in terms of clean energy usage, according to a new nationwide report.
Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) approved a request from Spire Missouri to install a gas distribution line in Cass County during Wednesday’s agenda meeting.
Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) approved a request from Spire Missouri to alter the company’s inspection requirements.
The PSC denied a request to limit the scope of a review of costs related to Evergy Metro’s investment mechanisms.
By State Senator Wayne Wallingford, Chairman, Missouri Vets-4-Energy According to an International Energy Agency (IEA) official, Dr. Faith Birol, “The U.S. is becoming the undisputed leader of…