Missouri PSC Considers Energy Efficiency and Revenue Decoupling

On July 20, the Missouri Public Service Commission (PSC) opened hearings on a new energy efficiency plan to replace St. Louis-based Ameren’s three-year-old initiative, due to expire at year-end 2015. Energy efficiency is a hot-button for utilities, which are seeing their sales and profits slump … Read more…

Illinois Community Solar Plan Proposed

Illinois Community Solar Plan Proposed

The Citizens Utility Board (CUB) and the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) have proposed Illinois’ first-ever Community Solar plan, which would allow entire neighborhoods to enjoy the financial benefits of renewable energy. Currently, Illinois utility customers with rooftop solar panels can receive compensation credits on their electric bills … Read more…

Ameren Missouri Energy Efficiency Plan to Save Customers $260 Million

Ameren Missouri Energy Efficiency Plan to Save Customers $260 Million

Ameren Missouri filed a three-year energy efficiency plan with the Missouri Public Service Commission (PSC). The plan includes programs for business and residential customers, representing an investment of approximately $135 million over three years. The investment is expected to provide more than $260 million in … Read more…

Missouri’s Largest Investor-Owned Utility Scale Solar Energy Center Goes Live

Missouri’s Largest Investor-Owned Utility Scale Solar Energy Center Goes Live

Following more than a month of successful testing, the O’Fallon Renewable Energy Center, Ameren Missouri’s first solar center and the largest investor-owned utility scale solar facility in Missouri, is online. The center features more than 19,000 solar panels covering more than 19 acres and generates … Read more…

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