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.
- KTVO News Desk- JEFFERSON CITY, MO. — A Missouri Public Service Commission filing in early December is the first shot across the bow in a slow-burning debate with Ameren Missouri over a potential rate increase. The sometimes-pointed cost of service report filed by PSC staff took issue with Ameren’s July appeal asking the government regulator […]
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., December 5, 2014 –The Fair Energy Rate Action Fund announced today it has hired Noel Torpey as the organization’s executive director. Torpey has served as Missouri state representative for the 29th District since being elected in 2010. His new duties as an advocate for utility consumers will begin on December 16. […]
St. Louis Business Journal Ameren Missouri customers will see their bills rise about $1.54 a month, effective Sept. 24, a move the utility says will help it offset its costs to purchase fuel or power. Ameren filed a request earlier this summer with state regulators to increase the fuel and purchased power adjustment charge (FAC) […]
FERAF Supports Rehearing of the Office of Public Counsel’s (OPC) Compromise Settlement in Noranda Rate Case
Jefferson City, MO – Today utility consumers groups from across Missouri announced their support for a motion filed by the Office of Public Counsel (OPC) asking regulators to rehear the rate case filed by Noranda Aluminum. The OPC previously filed a compromise settlement in the case, to which the regulators, the Public Service Commission (PSC), […]