Ameren Missouri, an energy solutions company, is offering a new program designed to help increase renewable energy use in the state. The Missouri Public Service Commission (PSC) approved Ameren’s Renewable Choice Program, a way for large commercial and industrial customers, as well as municipalities of any size, to receive up to 100% of their energy from renewable resources.
“The Renewable Choice Program is a great option for business and municipal customers to increase their renewable energy use,” said Michael Moehn, president of Ameren Missouri. “We know customers across Missouri are looking for more choices, control and greater flexibility. This program is one of the ways Ameren Missouri is meeting those needs.”
The Renewable Choice Program is the first of its kind in Missouri, according to Ameren. The new renewable energy generation is in addition to the company’s existing renewable energy strategy set forth in its 2017 integrated resource plan.
“Like Ameren Missouri, businesses and municipalities across the state have established renewable energy goals. This program demonstrates our commitment to our customers,” said Ajay Arora, vice president of power operations and energy management at Ameren Missouri.
Missouri’s low cost of energy, combined with low cost of living and doing business, positions Missouri as a strategic location for manufacturers in the energy sector. While the state’s location and extensive logistics infrastructure make it simple and efficient to ship energy-related products around the world.
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