Ameren Missouri Rate Increase ApprovedAverage residential customer to pay $7 more per month
Monthly Bills to Rise for Ameren Power CustomersElectric customers of Ameren Missouri will see a small increase on their bills starting later this month.
Hearing Schedule Changed for Missouri Power LineMissouri utility regulators have changed the schedule of public hearings for a proposed high-voltage power line across northern Missouri.
Ameren Missouri Seeking $264M Rate IncreaseMissouri's largest power company is seeking approval for a $264 million rate increase.
Missouri Considers Electric Rate Cut for NorandaMissouri's largest electric consumer told state regulators Monday that it needs a significant rate reduction from the state's largest power company in order to spare the jobs of hundreds of employees at an aluminum smelter in southeast Missouri.
Little Change for Customers in MGE Rate AgreementRegulators say an agreement that settles a Missouri Gas Energy rate request is unlikely to have much impact on customers' bills.
Hearing Held over Labadie Power Plant Expansion 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.
St. Louis Opposes Electric Rate Cut for NorandaThe city of St. Louis is opposing a request by Noranda Aluminum for state regulators to lower the electricity rates it pays to Ameren Missouri.
Sen. Rupp Appointed to Public Service CommissionWentzville Republican is welcoming the new career challenge.
Regulators Say Ameren Missouri Owes Its Customers $26.3MAmeren Missouri won't be sending out checks. Instead, the refund will be applied by adjusting a fuel charge that customers otherwise would pay.
PSC Approves Merger Of Laclede Gas and Missouri Gas EnergyLaclede and MGE are the two largest natural gas companies under the jurisdiction of the Missouri Public Service Commission.
Governor Nixon Selects St. Louis Attorney to Head State Regulatory Agency Robert Kenney replaces Kevin Gunn as chairman of the Missouri Public Service Commission.

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