There has never been an employee of the City of St. Louis quite like Robert Gaskill-Clemons. Last year he became the city’s first chief technology officer. His job could be described as one that targets improving the quality of life for all citizens and businesses in St. Louis. He does that primarily by spearheading the Smart City Initiative, an important new program in St. Louis, and one that is catching fire across the USA and around the world.
Ameren Missouri hosted its inaugural Community Voices workshop, an event designed to share resources for building a brighter energy future for all customers, particularly those who are most vulnerable. Attending were elected officials and representatives from area community colleges, religious and non-profit organizations.
Ameren Corporation was recently named to the prestigious list of Top Utilities in Economic Development in 2019 by Site Selection magazine. Energy companies from across the country are evaluated on many criteria, including the innovative programs and incentives they offer to attract and expand businesses and create new jobs.
Ameren Missouri is poised to spread solar generation across the state in a new way. As part of the Neighborhood Solar program, made possible by a law passed by the Missouri General Assembly in 2018, Ameren Missouri will install solar generation facilities in parking lots, on roofs and in available open spaces across the state. Ideal partners in this program are non-profit organizations, schools, institutions or other non-residential locations that act as a gathering spot in the community.