Tag: rates

This Week in the Missouri PSC: August 16, 2017

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A long-awaited decision was finally made at Wednesday’s meeting of the Missouri Public Service Commission. For years, Clean Line Energy had been trying to get a certificate of convenience and necessity from the PSC, and their latest attempt proved to be unsuccessful. The difference, this time, […]

This Week in the Missouri PSC: Aug. 3, 2017

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Five orders passed through the Missouri Public Service Commission this week, as the commissioners took some time to step away from a hearing concerning the Grain Belt Express on Thursday. In less than a half hour, the PSC signed off on five orders ranging from dismissals, […]

PSC to review rules, wants input from public

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Public Service Commission’s weekly agenda meeting took an interesting turn, as the Commission on Wednesday ordered a new working case to be opened in order to conduct a general review of its rules in compliance with an executive order issued by Gov. Eric Greitens.  Executive […]

Miller’s utility bill looks to benefit customers and utilities

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Rep. Rocky Miller and the House Committee on Utilities are one of the few committees who have not met yet, but it’s for a good reason. Miller says that they’re looking to the Senate in an attempt to be more productive with their time. “We really […]

Emery’s bills look to modernize Missouri utility grids and rate adjustments

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – With talks of reform echoing throughout the Capitol in the wake of a new administration, one area of reform that has been quietly in the works is that of regulatory reform for utility infrastructure. A recent report issued by the Senate Interim Committee on Utility Regulation […]

Advocate believes similarities, differences will make Missouri infrastructure bill a success

Ameren Illinois reducing rates again after infrastructure bill enacted JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – As Rep. Rocky Miller’s HB 2816 moves forward, Ameren Illinois announced it will file a rate case to reduce customer rates after the Illinois state legislature enacted a similar policy. “We made a long-term commitment to our customers […]

KCP&L and Empire split with Ameren on Utility bill

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Senate Bill 702 — which allows utility companies to track property tax expenses and transmission fees and apply them to Public Service Commission hearings — purposefully excludes the largest energy provider in the state, Ameren UE, and only applies to investor owned utility companies with fewer than one […]