It should be noted that St. Louis-based utility company Ameren is currently asking Missouri legislators to change state law to allow utilities to add a “infrastructure” surcharge to Missourians’ electric bills similar to what was passed in 2005, in addition to a cost overrun tracker that offers no incentive for monopoly utilities to keep costs low for customers. They already profited $80 million more from customers than regulators authorized in 2012. So which Missouri legislators are planning to give Ameren a blank check?
Home | Login | Contact Us | Forum
© 2001-2016 Joplin Independent