Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Ameren Announces Plan to Install Solar Array at St. Louis Lambert International Airport

Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Ameren Announces Plan to Install Solar Array at St. Louis Lambert International Airport

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Ameren Missouri announced plans Wednesday to install up to 1 megawatt of solar power generation at St. Louis Lambert International Airport as part of its Community Solar Program, which would allow customers to sign up to support solar energy.

The plan still needs approval from city officials and state regulators. Once approved, customers electing to get solar-generated power would pay a "slight premium" but would be able to lock in the same rate for up to two years, according to Mike Mueller, an Ameren vice president.

The 5.5-acre site eyed for the panels is at Fee Fee and Missouri Bottom roads and would be leased to Ameren for 27 years. Ameren initially would pay the airport $3,000 a year.

The plan, which was endorsed Wednesday by the Airport Commission, still needs approval of city aldermen and the city Board of Estimate and Apportionment. …

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