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.
Jefferson City News Tribune, 4/19/14 Missouri’s Public Service Commission has set the hearing schedules in two complaint cases filed Feb. 12 by Noranda Aluminum Inc. and a number of individual customers against Ameren Missouri, the state’s largest electricity provider. Noranda operates an aluminum smelter in New Madrid County that is Ameren’s single largest electricity customer. […]
Utility Consumers Look Forward to Participating in Gov. Nixon’s Initiative to Develop a Comprehensive Energy Plan
Jefferson City, MO – The Fair Energy Rate Action Fund supports Governor Nixon’s initiative to develop a comprehensive energy plan for the state. FERAF looks forward to participating in the process Governor Nixon outlined today. FERAF is pleased that Lewis Mills will lead this effort as the new Division Director of Energy under the Department […]
From KSPR News: JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -The Empire District Electric Company is asking the Public Service Commission to approve a rate increase. The increase would add about $1.49 the monthly bill of Empire’s business and residential customers. Empire filed two documents with the PSC. One is an annual accounting of its Fuel Adjustment Charge, the […]
A cold winter that boosted electric demand and fuel costs beyond seasonal norms has Ameren Missouri saying it needs $57 million more from ratepayers to make up the difference. The utility on Friday asked its regulator, the Missouri Public Service Commission, to adjust rates to account for changes in the costs of fuel, known as […]