Ameren to Help Low Income Customers

Ameren to help low-income customers impacted by COVID-19

As the ongoing financial hardship resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact families across the state, Ameren Missouri is working with the Missouri Public Service Commission (PSC) to direct an additional $3.5 million to help eligible customers.

Ameren Missouri will use the $3.5 million in three ways:
•    $1.3 million will be used to create a new energy efficiency program for eligible low-income customers.
•    $1 million will be distributed to help a network of local energy assistance agencies that distribute energy assistance funds to customers in need.
•    $1.2 million will fund additional energy assistance programs throughout 2021.

For the first time, Ameren Missouri will distribute energy-efficiency products to 2,100 low-income customers across the state who were identified based on a variety of need indicators and will be contacted directly by Ameren Missouri. Participating customers will receive a DIY home kit with a variety of energy-saving products worth up to $250.  

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