The Fair Energy Rate Action Federation (FERAF) is a Missouri-based consumer and employer group formed in 2008 with the goal of keeping Missouri's electrical rates fair and affordable. FERAF seeks to accomplish this goal by educating the general public and public policy makers about the impact of utility rates on business and residential consumers.
7/27/15 By Ray Scherer A pending case before the Missouri Public Service Commission could have potentially wide-ranging implications for the state’s utilities. That includes Missouri American Water Co., which is seeking changes in the finances emanating from rate cases that rely on the commission’s decisions. The utility filed a request in late February, on […]
7/21/15 Eliminating energy efficiency rebates for Ameren Missouri customers would be better than adopting the utility’s new efficiency plan, the state’s utility customer advocate told regulators Monday. “If that were the only option, we would rather there be no program,” Tim Opitz, an attorney in the Office of Public Counsel, told the Missouri Public Commission […]
Jeffrey Tomich, E&E reporter EnergyWire: Friday, May 29, 2015 [READ THE FULL STORY] Southern Co. and three Missouri utilities say the operator of the bulk power grid spanning much of the central United States is overcharging them by millions of dollars for electricity moved across Entergy’s Corp.’s transmission grid. In a formal complaint filed last […]
The Laclede Group Reports Second Quarter Results Delivers significant earnings growth ST. LOUIS, May 6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The Laclede Group, Inc. (NYSE: LG) (“Company” or “Laclede”) today reported operating results for the three months ended March 31, 2015, the second quarter of its fiscal year 2015. Highlights include: • Net economic earnings (non-GAAP) increased to $97.6 million, up […]