The Fair Energy Rate Action Fund (FERAF) is a Missouri-based consumer and employer group formed in 2008 with the goal of keeping Missouri's electrical rates fair and affordable. FERAF seeks to accomplish this goal by educating the general public and public policy makers about the impact of utility rates on business and residential consumers.
St. Louis Post Dispatch Letter to the Editor By Linda Caravelli, Florissant If Ameren feels the need to file a $264 million rate increase, I would suggest that it first look at its executive compensation, beginning with the 2013 pay for its CEO, Thomas R. Voss, who was ranked 11th in St. Louis with pay […]
July 09, 2014 / Herald Review ST. LOUIS – Warner Baxter, the man now fully in command of Ameren Corp., is going to need some fancy footwork to deliver on all his predictions to Wall Street. … Baxter joined Ameren, corporate parent of the Ameren Illinois utility, in 1995 as assistant controller and rose rapidly […]
CALLAWAY COUNTY, MO. — Ameren Missouri customers could soon be paying more for electricity if regulators approve a 9.7% rate increase. … However, many customers already think the rates are already too high as they are. “I’m not a big fan of it,” Said Columbia Resident Shannon Collins. “We just had a new baby and […]
Ameren Missouri filed a request Thursday to raise electric rates by nearly 10 percent, the sixth time since 2006 the state’s largest utility has sought a general rate increase. The St. Louis-based utility is seeking permission from its regulator, the Missouri Public Service Commission, to increase rates by $264 million. If the PSC grants Ameren […]