Ameren Seeking Faster Payback On Infrastructure Investments

Ameren Missouri says legislation to undo 1970s-era consumer protections to help facilitate a new nuclear plant isn’t on its wish list again this spring. But Ameren Missouri’s chief executive sees an opportunity — and a need — to ramp up infrastructure spending. And, he said, the utility is looking for policies that encourage those investments. Rate cases take about a year from start to finish, so it can be two years or longer for the utility to get reimbursed.

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