Ameren Missouri must review your renewable project before
operation/installation to determine whether the renewable system could adversely affect the safety, reliability or quality of the local electric utility service.
Please refer to Section B - Electric Power Purchases from Qualified Net Metering Units
(Sheets No. 8-20) when completing the application steps. *All Net Metering applications submitted Nov. 29, 2012 and after MUST be on the current tariff application forms (bottom right hand corner of sheets No. 8-9 and 13-20, date effective Nov. 29, 2012).
Use the checklist to ensure you have completed all of the information required for Step One.
Submit Sections A - D (Sheets No. 14-18)
Ameren MIssouri reviews Net Metering application system designs and replies to the customer within 30 days (10 kilowatt (kW) and below systems) or 90 days (11 kW - 100 kW systems).
If system design is approved, Ameren Missouri will send the customer a Design Approval letter. Once the letter is received, the customer can proceed with system installation.
If more information is needed from the customer, Ameren Missouri contacts the customer via email, phone or U.S. mail to request the specific information. When this information is received, and if the information is completed for system design approval, the Design Approval letter should be received within 30 days of receipt of requested information.
Mail original completed Sections A-D, one-line drawing for renewable system and spec sheets for inverter and solar panels or wind turbine to:
General Executive, Renewables
Ameren Energy Fuels & Services
1901 Chouteau Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63103
For application questions, contact Ameren Missouri Renewables at 314.554.2649 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Electric Power Purchases From Qualifying Facilities (Systems with Capacity over 100 kW) Sheets No. 2-7
- Electric Power Purchases from Qualified Net Metering Units (Systems with Capacity of 100 kW or Less) Sheet Nos 8-20, Application - Sheets No. 13-20
Standard Rates for Purchase
Sheet No. 2, II. 1. Non-Time - Differentiated Energy Rate
- These are the rates Ameren Missouri will buy back excess generated energy at under the Net Metering tariff depending on Summer Rate or Winter Rate time period.