MissouriNet: Missouri to allow state’s third largest regulated utility to move aggressively toward wind power

Fri, Aug 24, 2018

The Missouri Public Service Commission (PSC) has given initial approval for the state’s third-largest regulated utility, Empire District, to build a major wind farm to generate power. In a statement, the PSC said, “the Commission has granted Empire certain accounting and depreciation treatment related to the CSP (Empire’s proposal known as it’s “Customer Savings Plan”)as […]

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St. Louis Post Dispatch: Missouri Supreme Court says state regulators erred in denial of Grain Belt Express transmission line

Wed, Jul 18, 2018

A long-stalled proposal for a multi-state electric transmission line was thrown a lifeline Tuesday, when the Missouri Supreme Court unanimously ruled that state regulators erred in rejecting the project based on a controversial legal precedent. The proposed 780-mile Grain Belt Express project from Houston-based developer Clean Line Energy would span four states and distribute Kansas […]

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KSDK: Ameren Missouri electric rates to decrease 6 percent

Wed, Jul 11, 2018

The Missouri Public Service Commission said the reduction reflects a lower corporate tax rate enacted by the Trump administration last year. JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri customers of Ameren Missouri will see a drop in their electric rates beginning Aug. 1 The Missouri Public Service Commission has approved an agreement which reduces the electric […]

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