JEFFERSON CITY ̵
Along with the creation of jobs, about which Amen said that some people are already learning, the plan will also focus on sustainability. Client rates will not be able to increase until April 2020, after which the bid limit will be set, according to Ameren.
"There will be much more stability and predictability in this plan than before, because there was no limit to this," said Warren Wood, vice president for external affairs and communications.
This plan derives from the constructive energy legislation of the Missouri Senate, Bill 564, which was adopted in 2018.
Over the next five years, the plan provides for capital investment of $ 5.3 billion. Ameren said that all this was happening through the Missouri Public Service Commission and that the plan would not directly affect rates until the DMS Missouri would consider the planned projects and consider them to be necessary. that at the moment it can not give any specifics about increasing or decreasing the rate for clients.
A public stakeholder meeting will take place on March 4 at 5:30 pm at the Millbottom Event Center in Jefferson City. Customers can ask questions about the plan, as well as provide feedback, which, according to Amen, can be used to correct future projects.