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The look of your Ameren Missouri energy statement is changing. So that you, our customer, better understands what you're paying for each month, we are changing the way we define electric charge, which is the cost of electricity provided plus the fixed cost of providing service based on rate classification (e.g., residential). 


       

    Budget Bill Adjustment 
If you participate in Budget Billing, you may see a Budget Bill Adjustment on your monthly statement. This amount is the difference between the cost of your actual usage that month and your Budget Billing Amount. 

   
       
       
    CCF - Natural Gas
CCF stands for 100 cubic feet. It is the basic unit for measuring the volume of natural gas used. 
   
       
       

    Energy Efficiency Investment Charge (EEIC)
EEIC reflects costs incurred to provide customers with energy efficiency programs enabled by the Missouri Energy Efficiency Investment Act. This charge can fluctuate and will remain on the monthly energy statement beyond the implementation dates of the program. 

play      View our video to learn more about the EEIC charge.
                          
   
       
       

    Electric Energy Charge - residential
The Electric Energy Charge - residential reflects the cost of the electricity we provide for you to use.  

   
       
       

   
Electric Customer Charge - residential
The electric customer charge - the fixed cost of providing service based on rate classification 
       
       
    Fuel Adjustment Charge (FAC)
The FAC provides that 95% of the increases or decreases in actual net energy costs in between rate cases (net fuel and purchased power costs, and net off-system sales, including transportation) shall be passed through to customers. The FAC addresses the volatile nature of these costs. The PSC must review and approve our FAC before changes are made. When we talk about fuel, we are referring to resources such as coal or nuclear, which we use to generate electricity. (more)
                        
play    View our video to learn more about the Fuel Adjustment Charge. 

   
       
       

    Infrastructure Replacement Surcharge (ISRS) 
ISRS reflects the cost Ameren Missouri has incurred for certain natural gas system replacements/improvements and gas facility relocations due to road construction projects since Ameren Missouri’s last natural gas rate adjustment.
   
       
       
    Kilowatt-hour (kWh)
kWh is the basic unit for measuring the amount of electricity used. Current Usage shows how many kilowatt-hours have been used since the previous meter reading. The Electric Usage Summary compares electric usage for the same time period year-to-year.
   
       
       

    Lighting Charge 
The Lighting Charge is a flat monthly rate, plus an FAC adjustment, for the use of Ameren Missouri-owned lighting installed on a customer's property. This charge includes the cost of installing, owning, operating and maintaining the lights.  
   
       
       

    Natural Gas Charge 
The Natural Gas Charge reflects the cost of natural gas provided (energy charge) based on rate classification (e.g., residential), plus the fixed cost of providing service (customer charge) including customer, demand and non-PGA (Purchase Gas Adjustment) commodity-related costs. 
   
       
       

    Purchase Gas Adjustment (PGA) 
The PGA reflects the cost of natural gas that Ameren Missouri purchases from suppliers and then delivers to our customers. This includes the cost of storing and transporting natural gas to our system. We pass this cost along to customers on a dollar-for-dollar basis. The PGA is based on the number of CCF provided.
   
       
       
    Taxes - Missouri, Local and Municipal 
Ameren Missouri collects taxes, or municipal charges, on behalf of the city and/or county in which you live. The taxes we collect are passed through to the city/county/state. Beginning September 27, 2016, there may be municipal taxes applied to Non-Service-related charges, which can include late pay charges, reconnection fees, and special contracts.
Municipalities impacted by this change.

play    View our video to learn more about the taxes on your energy statement

   
       



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