The rate increase approved Wednesday could mean an extra $10 a month on an average residential bill when it takes effect in January.
The U.S. Department of Energy makes decision
The Missouri Public Service Commission has reduced Ameren Missouri’s fuel adjustment charge.
“We have people who died this summer from heat exhaustion because they didn’t want to use their air conditioning units,” resident Mary Sorg said.
Hearings set for today and tomorrow in St. Louis County.
Ameren seeking to place a coal ash landfill at its Rush Island power plant in Jefferson County
If Approved, Will Not Take Effect until Late 2012
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ST. LOUIS–(KMOX)–Ameren Missouri says it’s not worried about widespread power outages caused by the prolonged heat wave. “We’re able to handle this heat, absolutely, and we’ve been handling it for a number of days now,” […]
Ameren Missouri will have enough power resources to meet the high demand of electricity during the hot days ahead.