"In today’s environment of domestic and foreign unrest, it’s simply imperative that we see the Grain Belt Express project through."
Posts published in “Utilities”
"Unfortunately, a piece of legislation that currently sits before the Missouri Legislature could pull the plug on the expansion of EV chargers in cities across the state."
Missouri Public Utility Alliance honored U.S. Senator Roy Blunt with its Richard E. Malon Public Service Award.
The attorneys general argue this proposal will have devastating effects on the economy, American energy, and national security.
"Climate-smart farming is well underway on our farms and ranches, and Secretary Vilsack acknowledged that in his remarks."
The program is expected to be available in the second quarter of this year.
The solar panels are expected to be in service by 2023 and will generate enough energy to power more than 30 homes for one year.
"Point-being, this change in the law is being pushed by lawmakers whose districts will face no consequences as a result."
"Wind and solar energy will certainly play a significant role in our nation’s energy future, but their intermittency is a serious flaw."
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.