Hydroelectric Energy Centers 
 
Ameren Missouri's hydroelectric energy centers account for approximately 4% of our generation. Learn more about our hydroelectric energy centers.

Plant Location Began operation
Keokuk Keokuk, Iowa 1913
Osage Lakeside, Mo. 1931
Taum Sauk
(pumped storage)
Reynolds County, Mo. 1963
 
The Ameren Missouri Osage Energy Center uses the clean energy of falling water to produce as much power as 225,000 tons of coal or one million barrels of oil.
 
Ameren Missouri Hydroelectric Power Plants, Hydroelectric Power Plants, hydroelectric
 
 
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