- Sep 10, 2021 2:03 pm GMT
Here's a story that shows that no good deed goes unpunished. A Missouri utility buys a wind farm to increase the amount of clean energy it produces, but voluntarily doesn't run it at night to protect bats and other birds from being killed. But the utility's requests for rate increases are now coming under fire, as consumer advocates say customers shouldn't have to pay so much for a facility that's not fully functional. Ameren Missouri faces a tough public relations campaign slog in the months ahead.
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