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A Case Study in Evolving Utility Planning, Programs and Regulation: Missouri

As energy efficiency programming and the closely related issue of distributed energy rapidly change within the broader evolutions of the utility business model, two recent proceedings in Missouri raise fundamental questions for utilities nationwide. Together, the Missouri Public Service Commission’s 2015 generic decoupling proceeding and Ameren Missouri’s second Missouri Energy Efficiency Investment Act energy efficiency plan, approved earlier this year, speak to issues of rates and revenue, resource planning, and capital planning, as these issues are juxtaposed against sometimes misaligned or even competing mandates.

Download the Missouri white paper for MCR’s thoughts on how these proceedings might apply on a national level.