St. Louis, MO: With an anticipated increase of some home heating sources by more than 25%, Heat-Up St. Louis, a regional, not-for-profit energy assistance charity covering 17 Missouri and Illinois Counties, helping seniors, disabled and needy households with small children stay warm each winter, held its first annual community gala — “The St. Louis Sisters, heating-up St. Louis.” benefit this past weekend. Vocalists Kim Massie and Erin Bode donated their talents, and the Hyatt donated the Faust’s/Pierre’s space, food and beverages, and AmerenUE provided a small grant, so that 100% of all ticket sales will support the efforts of the all-volunteer charity. With only a three-week window, the sold out charitable event raised $50,000, which included a special auction hosted by chair emeritus J. Kim Tucci.
Ameren Missouri provides additional $1.5 million to help families facing financial hardship due to pandemic ST. LOUIS (Oct. 5, 2021) – Additional funds are now available for Missouri families struggling to pay their utility bills due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Ameren Missouri is directing $1.2 million to its Clean Slate program to include support for […]
Heat Advisory Issued Extreme heat will be returning to portions of eastern Missouri and southern Illinois. A Heat Advisory has been issued by the National Weather Service in St. Louis and will remain in effect from noon today until 9:00 p.m. Thursday, July 29, 2021. Heat index values of up to 112°F are expected and […]
ST. LOUIS (June 16, 2021) – Today, Ameren Missouri donated $165,000 to Cooldownstlouis.org and Cooldownmissouri.org to support the most vulnerable customers in St. Louis and eastern Missouri. The company also donated 800 Energy Star® rated window air conditioners and 800 four-packs of LED lightbulbs for distribution throughout Missouri. On average, the energy-efficient air conditioners cost […]