Missouri’s Public Service Commission extended a waiver for one of its rules in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
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Missouri's Public Service Commission granted a variance to Ameren during their weekly agenda meeting.
The PSC approved an order expanding Ameren's solar power program this week.
The PSC granted and altered a number of CCNs to utility companies this week.
With the first week of May having been designated as Drinking Water Week, it’s an opportunity for us to recognize the vital role municipal utility water professionals play in our daily lives and the local communities they serve.
The Public Service Commission has released new guidelines on certain cases in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Missouri Senate passed legislation Monday afternoon changing how gas corporations handle infrastructure replacement cases — including just what types of pipes and other structures are eligible to be replaced.
Kansas City-based Evergy, Inc. and Elliott Management Corporation, an activist hedge fund, have reached an agreement, the utility company announced this week.
There’s a controversial bill filed in Missouri that should have families and businesses sitting up straight and taking notice. The power for setting Missourians’ electricity…
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Despite an appeals court siding with the Public Service Commission (PSC) in its approval of the Grain Belt Express Project, the…