Missouri Public Service Commission (MO PSC)

Ameren: MISO Missouri Capacity Shortfall Likely Inconsequential
Ameren executives have reassured shareholders that Missouri’s capacity shortfall beginning this summer is no cause for panic.
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MISO, SPP to Conduct Interregional Study in 2024
MISO and SPP agreed to conduct another coordinated system plan study along their seam this year, although five previous studies have failed to produce a single interregional joint project.
Ameren Files to Recoup Rush Island Closure Costs from Customers
Ameren Missouri appears to be making good on plans to close its Rush Island coal plant, which has racked up multiple Clean Air Act violations.
Invenergy Transmission
Grain Belt Express HVDC Line Clears Final State Approval
Invenergy Transmission’s $7 billion, 800-mile Grain Belt Express HVDC line has secured the last of its state approvals with Missouri agreeing to the line’s expanded design.
Evergy Disputes NextEra Purchase Offer
Evergy has pushed back against a media report that it recently rebuffed a $15 billion acquisition offer from NextEra Energy.
Missouri PSC Looks at IOUs’ RTO Membership
The Missouri PSC is investigating whether the state’s investor-owned utilities’ continued RTO membership “is in the ratepayers’ best interest.”
Missouri Investigating Self-Scheduling in MISO, SPP
Missouri regulators are completing a probe into the self-commitment and self-scheduling of generation into wholesale energy markets.
Great Plains Energy
Westar-Great Plains Merger Wins Final Approval
Kansas and Missouri regulators approved Great Plains Energy’s merger with Westar Energy, the final hurdles in a stock-for-stock merger of equals.
Clean Line Energy Partners
Clean Line Seeks Rehearing on Grain Belt Rejection
Clean Line Energy Partners filed a request for rehearing of the Missouri PSC's rejection of the company's Grain Belt Express transmission project.

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