The Missouri Public Service Commission on Wednesday issued a ruling allowing Missouri’s largest utility to spend $4.4 million to develop charging stations along highways in and around St. Louis.
The Pay As You Save program puts energy efficiency projects within reach for renters and lower-income customers.
State regulators question utility’s electric vehicle growth projections with “Field of Dreams” analogy.
The legislation would centralize oversight of residential PACE programs with the state’s Division of Finance.
Clean Line Energy Partners has sold or abandoned all of its active projects, leaving questions about the company’s status.