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Electric Vehicle Charging Success Stories

Missouri History Museum

After working to ensure the Missouri History Museum was LEED® certified, the Missouri Historical Society (MHS) saw installing EV charging stations as an extension of their commitment to sustainability. With help from Ameren Missouri’s Charge Ahead incentive program, MHS installed four EV charging stations and received almost $20K in incentives to propel the project.

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Alpha Brewing Company

Alpha Brewing Company was intrigued by Ameren’s Charge Ahead incentive program. The owners believed their prime location could add value and support their sustainability goals while supporting their customers who choose to drive electric. The team at Alpha Brewing Company received $10K in incentives and helped support a growing EV charging infrastructure in the St. Louis area. After thoughtful support from the Ameren team and an easy installation process, Alpha Brewing Company is now considering electrifying its distribution fleet vehicles.

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Hampton Inn of St. Charles

Hampton Inn of St. Charles is now a perfect location for visitors looking to recharge. With almost $7K in incentives, Ameren’s Charge Ahead program provided a win-win opportunity for the hotel chain with a new amenity for guests and low-maintenance operations for their employees. The Hampton Inn ownership team is excited to offer more guests this unique perk with future EV charging stations at their other locations.

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Lofts at the HUPP

Forward-thinking real estate developers are always searching for new and unique features to draw renters to their properties. Leveraging incentives from Ameren Missouri’s Charge Ahead program provided an affordable EV charging solution to the Lofts at the HUPP multifamily development project. Screaming Eagle Development received nearly $3K in incentives to install wall-mounted charging stations in the parking garage.

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World Wide Technology

World Wide Technology (WWT) responded to employees’ requests for EV chargers at their Maryland Heights headquarters. With $13.5K in incentives from Ameren Missouri’s Charge Ahead program, WWT recouped 50 percent of its project costs. Offering EV charging supports the company’s commitment to reaching net zero carbon emissions by 2050.

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Brentwood Community Center

Residents use the Brentwood Community Center for meetings, hockey games and more. City leaders felt it was a great location for residents to charge while engaging in these activities. The city received almost $17K in incentives while offering EV charging to the neighborhood, and is planning to install additional chargers at other locations in the future.

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