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Ameren rates will be going up. The question is: Who will pay, and how much?

The state authorized Ameren last month to raise rates enough to boost revenue by nearly 9% or about $220 million a year. The parties discussed at a hearing on Thursday how to divide the costs between residential and industrial customers. “It’s just a matter of how do you split the pie,” said John Coffman, a lawyer who advocates on utility issues for the Consumers Council of Miss ...

Register Today: Activating Inclusive Growth in St. Louis (Dec. 9)

After a year of events investigating why economic growth in St. Louis benefits some groups of people more than others and how we can change systems to support more inclusion, it’s time to activate change—together. Join the Social Policy Institute at Washington University, Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth, and local advisory committee virtually for an engaging final event in the Inclus ...

Missouri regulators, worried Spire is stoking fear, order the company to wr ...

The PSC’s motion Thursday said that Spire's recent messaging to its regional customers — including emails and letters sent with bills — “appear to reflect an attempt by Spire to mobilize public opinion, through fear, in order to potentially pressure federal authorities" “We have heard a lot of fearmongering lately, much of it coming from Spire, itself, that residents of St. Louis are goi ...

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Nearly 650,000 homes and businesses in eastern Missouri rely on reliable, affordable natural gas from Spire STL Pipeline to fuel their lives. Learn more about the potential impact to the St. Louis community without the STL Pipeline. On September 14, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued an  emergency certificate to allow the STL Pipeline to keep operating for 90-days. That certif ...

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