Statewide energy plan is headed to the Governor soon, at his request. Representative Rocky Miller (R-Osage Beach), who serves as chairman of the House committee, thinks a different approach to Missouri’s energy rates should be considered. “Currently, we litigate on past usage and then try to figure out the rates going forward from past usage. I’d rather look at what we plan to do in the future and let’s design our rates accordingly. Then we can talk about how the utilities are spending their money,” said Miller. He thinks the approach could lead to lower electric rates in Missouri. Missouri's existing rate structure is over 100 years old and we are falling behind other states by failing to modify our approach. This change will be better for the City of St. Louis and Missouri. Thank you for your consideration of supporting this position.
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