If taken offline, the project could leave 175,000-400,000 customers in the St. Louis region without service, Spire said.
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Businessman Andrew Jones launched a bid for Missouri’s 1st congressional district, seeking to flip the seat held by Congresswoman Cori Bush.
Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said rural and lower-income areas "that have been overlooked by the private companies" will be a focus for the EV charging network.
After two years of back-and-forth, the Boone County Commission approved a set of rules governing wind turbines in the county this week.
The St. Louis region is plugging into the increased popularity of EVs through local development ordinances set to go into effect next year.
Spire Missouri sought clarification on its rate case after the Public Service Commission issued an order last week.
Ameren Missouri is increasing its solar capacity in the eastern part of the state over the next two years through community partnerships.
"Supporters of a political system that permits — and even encourages — such a shell game surely doesn’t really believe the climate’s existential threat is really that existential."
Gwen Mizell is taking her passion for clean energy and inclusion into her new role as Ameren's first chief sustainability officer.