Ameren Corporate Social Responsibility
2018 Corporate Social Responsibility Report
Our Corporate Social Responsibility Report describes the actions we are taking to improve the environment and the communities we serve. As you will see, our actions are consistent with one of Ameren’s core values—stewardship—to leave it better.
EEI ESG/Sustainability Report
Ameren is participating in the EEI ESG/Sustainability Report, a voluntary industry initiative coordinated by the Edison Electric Institute (EEI), to provide electric industry investors with more uniform and consistent environmental, social, governance and sustainability-related (ESG/sustainability) metrics.
Report on our Responsible Management of Coal Combustion Residuals (CCR)
This Report details the risk-management strategies we have incorporated and will continue to employ to handle CCRs safely and responsibly, the comprehensive steps we have taken to manage them and our plans to comply with the evolving regulatory framework. This Report supplements and should be read together with the various reports, assessments, plans, documents and information on our CCR-handling efforts available on our website dedicated to CCR matters.
Carbon Disclosure Project
Ameren has participated in this voluntary disclosure report for many years. Learn more about Ameren's environmental and risk management initiatives through our Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) Questionnaires.
Water Resiliency Report
This voluntary report assesses current and future availability of water resources in Ameren’s region and also in the Powder River Basin, a key portion of our supply chain. The report summarizes water resource availability trends under various climate assumptions.
Ameren Missouri Integrated Resource Plan
A 20-year plan that supports cleaner energy in Missouri, including major expansions of solar and wind power. The IRP, which is filed every three years, describes our preferred approach to meeting electric customers' projected long-term energy needs in a cost-effective fashion that maintains system reliability as we move to cleaner and more diverse sources of energy generation.
St. Louis Green Business Challenge
Through the St. Louis Green Business Challenge, area businesses form green teams and implement strategies to reduce energy and waste, expand sustainability programs and reduce environmental impact.
We define sustainability as ongoing efforts aimed at meeting the needs of the current generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. Sustainability requires us to carefully consider community betterment, environmental stewardship and financial strength - people, planet and profit. We strive to continually support sustainable practices within financial and operating realities.