Missouri utility regulators have pushed back a pair of hearings on cases challenging the electricity rates charged by Ameren Missouri.
Demonstrators were chanting the same phrase that appears on billboards popping up around town—”Ameren pollutes, We pay.”
There were more than 6,000 power outages for the greater St. Louis-Illinois metro area following a tornado that touched down this morning at 5:23 a.m.
Should Ameren be able to expand its Labadie Power Plant grounds to include a coal ash landfill? That’s the question Missouri energy officials are seeking to answer at a 3-day hearing starting today.
The city of St. Louis is opposing a request by Noranda Aluminum for state regulators to lower the electricity rates it pays to Ameren Missouri.
A three-day state hearing on Ameren Missouri’s planned coal ash landfill in Franklin County starts Monday in Jefferson City.
Heavy winds and power lines don’t mix well, and that’s led to early-morning outages on both sides of the Mississippi.
Ameren Missouri has chosen Michael Moehn as new CEO.
The club is trying to force the utility to reduce emissions at its three St. Louis area coal-fired power plants.
It’s too early to know where they’ll station extra crews, but Ameren will be monitoring the forecast all weekend.