Ameren Missouri Energy Efficiency Plan to Save Customers $260 Million
Ameren Missouri filed a three-year energy efficiency plan with the Missouri Public Service Commission (PSC). The plan includes programs for business and residential customers, representing an investment of approximately $135 million over three years. The investment is expected to provide more than $260 million in total customer benefits over the next 20 years.
If approved by the PSC, the new ActOnEnergy energy efficiency programs will begin in January 2016.
In 2013, the company launched a three-year plan to implement the largest portfolio of energy efficiency programs in the state’s history. The new 2016–2018 energy efficiency plan includes 10 programs specifically designed to help Ameren Missouri business and residential customers reduce their energy use and save money.
Among others, programs for businesses include retrofit incentives for lighting and lighting controls, HVAC, data center/IT upgrades; retro-commissioning incentives for projects that optimize overall system performance of compressed air systems and building control systems; and new construction incentives for the energy efficient design and construction.
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