The Fair Energy Rate Action Fund (FERAF) is a Missouri-based consumer and employer group formed in 2008 with the goal of keeping Missouri's electrical rates fair and affordable. FERAF seeks to accomplish this goal by educating the general public and public policy makers about the impact of utility rates on business and residential consumers.
ST. CHARLES, Missouri (KSDK) – It was an oversight that lasted more than a decade, and now a St. Charles, Missouri woman is paying for a billing mistake she didn’t make. Nancy Pingel thought she was paying her electric bill for the past 11 years. It turns out she was paying her neighbor’s, and vice versa. […]
A consumer protection coalition is supporting legislation that seeks to improve Missouri’s utility ratemaking process by creating more transparency for the companies’ customers. On Wednesday, the Fair Energy Rate Action Fund released a statement that said a bill would require regulated utilities to disclose earned returns on equity each quarter. The coalition said the information […]
Dear Editor: Again I was amused that an opinion writer to the News Tribune believes that I was conjuring up beliefs regarding Ameren’s financial position. Quote, “It’s simply irresponsible to allow readers to make up facts of their own.” Indisputable Fact: Ameren has had rate increases approved by the MPSC these past six years to […]
Jefferson City, MO –The Fair Energy Rate Action Fund announced its support today for legislation that would improve the ratemaking process in Missouri by creating more transparency for customers of monopoly utility companies. The legislation, Senate Bill 944, the Utility Transparency and Fairness Act, was filed today by Sen. Dan Brown. The measure also seeks […]