The Missouri Public Service Commission just approved the largest energy efficiency plan in state history. The plan will save Ameren Missouri’s customers millions of dollars on their energy bills, and includes dozens of programs with more than $120 million in rebates available beginning in March.
Ameren expects to invest over $200 million in energy efficiency programs over the life of the plan, with those targeted to limited-income families running until 2025 and other programs running until 2022.
These new energy efficiency investments should lead to lower energy bills, reduced energy consumption, and less pollution overall. The plan will also play a key role in helping the utility reach its goal of reducing carbon emissions 80 percent by 2050. Ameren President Michael Moehn says “customers are going to have new, meaningful ways to save money, enjoy more control over their energy use and positively impact the environment.”