Ameren Missouri

Solar power
9:58 am
Thu December 4, 2014

Ameren Solar Energy Center Up And Running

Ameren's solar energy center in O'Fallon.
Credit Ameren Missouri

 Updated 12/4/14

Ameren's solar energy center in O'Fallon is now in service. The 19-acre operation includes 19,000 solar panels and is currently generating six megawatts of power to the company's electrical grid.

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Ameren: Coal Ash Landfill
9:22 pm
Thu May 22, 2014

Environmentalists Petition Nixon To Stop Coal Ash Landfill Permit

Credit (Ameren Missouri website)

Environmental groups delivered about 3,500 petitions to Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon’s office in Jefferson City on Thursday, asking him to stop a construction permit for a coal ash landfill in Franklin County. The permit would allow Ameren Missouri to build a new landfill near its power plant located by the Missouri River.

Ameren says it’s almost of out of room in existing storage ponds for the coal ash, so it wants to build a newer and safer facility. In a released statement, it says it is committed to building a state-of-the-art landfill for its customers.

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Health, Science, Environment
10:35 pm
Sun March 30, 2014

PSC Hears Arguments On Labadie Coal Ash Landfill

Credit (Ameren Missouri website)

Hearings begin in Jefferson City Monday morning on a proposed coal ash landfill in Franklin County.

Power company Ameren is seeking the Missouri Public Service Commission’s approval of the new facility to receive waste from its power plant in Labadie.

The utility is running out of room in its existing Labadie storage ponds. Ameren Vice President Warren Wood says the new landfill will be extremely safe, replacing slurry ponds with state-of-the-art dry storage.

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