Ameren Missouri announced a new $500,000 energy assistance program for Missouri’s small businesses and nonprofit organizations impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The program is open to small businesses and nonprofit customers with 50 or fewer employees who meet other eligibility requirements.
“We understand the hardship that many of our small businesses are facing today to keep their doors open and provide valuable goods, services and jobs in communities throughout the state,” said Tara Oglesby, vice president, Customer Experience, Ameren Missouri. “That’s why we created this program in partnership with the United Way to help small businesses and nonprofits with their energy costs.”
Business and nonprofit customers interested in applying for assistance may do so online at AmerenMissouri.com/SmallBusinessRelief. If the application is approved, customers can expect to receive a one-time $250 bill credit.
The new program for small businesses follows similar assistance programs offered by Ameren Missouri for residential customers. Customers can learn more about Ameren Missouri’s energy assistance programs at AmerenMissouri.com/EnergyAssistance.
Since March, Ameren Missouri has provided more than $5 million in energy assistance and other COVID-19 charitable contributions to support customers and communities in need.