Featured in this month’s newsletter

  • Missouri Energy Legislation Passed and Signed into Law
  • Ameren Missouri Line Workers Recognized at State Capitol
  • Giving Back to the Communities We Serve
  • Power Profile: State Rep T.J. Berry

Missouri Energy Legislation Passed and Signed into Law

Consumer-friendly energy policy legislation, SB 564, was passed by the Missouri Legislature in the final week of the regular session and signed into law by the governor on June 1.

Ameren Missouri customers will receive an approximate 5 percent rate cut on their electric bills as soon as possible, but no later than the end of August.



Senator Jamilah Nasheed (D-5, St. Louis) was one of several state legislators who recognized Missouri line workers on April 9. Pictured with Sen. Nasheed are Ameren Missouri line workers (left to right): Rodney Bozeman (IBEW 1439), Drew Wright (IBEW 702), Jeromey Sitton (IBEW 702), Jason Toebben (IBEW 2), Ryan Van Dillen (IBEW 1439), Mike Myers (IBEW 2), Nathan Null (IBEW 1439), Jon Cuneio (IBEW 2)

Ameren Missouri Line Workers Recognized at State Capitol

The last of three waves of Ameren line workers and support personnel from Illinois and Missouri returned from Puerto Rico just in time to have the Ameren Missouri line workers recognized for their efforts in the Missouri Capitol as part of the April 9 Missouri Line Worker Appreciation Day.

Deployed for consecutive three-week rotations since January, Ameren crews repaired energy infrastructure and helped restore power following the catastrophic destruction of electric infrastructure following Hurricanes Irma and Maria.



Giving Back to the Communities We Serve

It's true that Ameren Missouri workers live, work and give back to communities all across the state. Each year, hundreds of Ameren Missouri team members volunteer thousands of hours at parades, school events, county fairs and a host of other local community events.

April was an active month for volunteers, with some of the highlighted community outreach events including planting trees for Arbor Day and assisting students in need.

More than 50 volunteers representing Ameren Missouri and Shade Tree attended the Serve Jeff City event. Volunteers planted 30 trees at Livingston Park near Lincoln University, which also served as an Arbor Day project for Jefferson City. 




State Rep T.J. Berry

Missouri Representative pushed for passage of the energy policy bill

For T.J. Berry, faith and service to others have been two constants in his life. The state legislator (R-38, Kearney), who represents a portion of Clay County, built a successful and promising career. He would be the first to tell you it took a great deal of hard work, a driven entrepreneurial spirit and enduring support from his family. 


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