JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri utility regulators decided Wednesday to allow Ameren Missouri to increase electric rates by $172 million, but the state's largest utility will not be allowed to recover costs it sought for replacing the Taum Sauk reservoir after the previous one collapsed.
Missouri regulators OK $172M rate increase for Ameren
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