In the Matter of Ameren Missouriís Submission†††††††††† )†††††††††† File No. EO-2013-0503
of its 2013-2015 RES Compliance Plan†††††††††††††††††††††† )
ORDER GRANTING APPLICATION TO INTERVENE
Issue Date:† June 24, 2013†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Effective Date:† June 24, 2013
On May 28, 2013, Ameren Missouri filed its 2013-2015 Annual Renewable Energy Standard Compliance Plan and Report pursuant to Commission Rule 4 CSR 240-20.100. †On June 11, the Missouri Department of Natural Resources filed an application to intervene.
DNR pleads that as the state agency charged with monitoring the environment, and having an interest in encouraging renewable energy it has an interest in the final order in this file.† Also for those reasons, it states that it has an interest different from that of the general public that may be adversely affected by a final order in this file.
Commission Rule 4 CSR 240-2.080(15) allows parties ten days to respond to motions.† No party objected to the application.† Therefore, the Commis≠sion will take it up unopposed.
Commission Rule 4 CSR 240-2.075(4) allows the Commission to grant intervention to a person who has an interest different from that of the general public and which may be adversely affected by a final order arising from the case, or if granting intervention would serve the public interest.† Upon review of the unopposed application, the Commission finds that DNR meets the standard in Commission Rule 4 CSR 240‑2.075(4).† Therefore, the Commission will grant the application to intervene.
THE COMMISSION ORDERS THAT:
1. The application to intervene filed by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources is granted.
2. This order shall become effective upon issuance.
BY THE COMMISSION
Morris L. Woodruff
Ronald D. Pridgin, Senior Regulatory
Law Judge, by delegation of authority
pursuant to Section 386.240, RSMo 2000.
Dated at Jefferson City, Missouri,
on this 24th day of June, 2013.