Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) suspended Ameren Missouri’s planned rate increase to allow for a contested case this week.
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Renew Missouri is urging Boone County to reject proposed wind ordinances that it says would effectively prohibit turbines in the area.
Former state Rep. Glen Kolkmeyer is taking his safety, business, and utility sector experience with him to his new position in the PSC.
A bipartisan group of legislators is calling for an emergency relief fund for local utilities in the wake of February’s cold snap.
Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) moved up the effective date for an extended COVID-19 waiver requested by Spire Missouri.
After serving four terms in the House, Glen Kolkmeyer is set to be the newest member of Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC).
Utility companies, including Spire Missouri, are examining ways to dampen the impact of last month’s winter storms on customers’ bills.
Ameren Missouri filed a proposal with the PSC Wednesday, seeking a rate adjustment aimed at bolstering its electric and natural gas systems.
A Senate bill meant to help utility companies receive financial help transitioning to renewable natural gas is on its way to the House.
After final approval from the PSC, Ameren Missouri is moving forward with the largest solar facility in the company’s history.