The PSC approved Spire Missouri’s Weather Normalization Adjustment Rider adjustment, ensuring a rate decrease for customers next month.
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A new Illinois law could bring the Grain Belt Express project one step closer to construction, according to parent company Invenergy.
The PSC approved a second variance from its gas meter inspection rules for Summit Natural Gas due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
"Working together and watching the market is going to get us there just as fast as any governmental mandate would.”
Internet providers said one of the biggest obstacles to investing in broadband infrastructure was inadequate coverage mapping.
The PSC approved a change to Missouri-American Water Company’s infrastructure system replacement surcharge for St. Louis County customers.
Seasonally-adjusted employment rates in Missouri rose by more than 7,200 employees between July and August.
The Spire STL Pipeline was granted a certificate to continue operating for 90 days, giving the project time to focus its engagement efforts.
A federal court declined Spire Missouri’s request for a rehearing over its STL Pipeline Tuesday, but the company is pursuing regulatory options.
The PSC ordered Spire Missouri to file contingency plans as the fate of the Spire STL Pipeline remains in flux.