JEFFERSON CITY ̵
Along with the job creation, which Ameren said some people are already training for, the plan will also focus on sustainability. Customer rates will not be able to increase until April 2020, after which a cap will be placed on rates, according to Ameren.
“There will be a great deal more stability and predictability under this plan than existed previously, because there were no caps before this, "said Warren Wood, vice president of external affairs and communications.
This plan is from the constructive energy legislation of Missouri Senate Bill 564, which was enacted in 2018.
About the next five years The plan calls for $ 5.3 trillion in spending on capital investments. This said all goes through the Missouri Public Service Commission and that the plan will not directly impact rates until the Missouri PSC reviews the planned projects and those necessary. that as of now, it cannot provide any specifics on a rate increase or decrease for customers.
A public stakeholder meeting will be held on March 4 at 5:30 pm in the Millbottom Event Cent there in Jefferson City. Customers can ask questions about the plan, as well as provide feedback that Ameren says may be used to adjust future projects.