CommunitySavers® Single Family Program
The Ameren Missouri CommunitySavers® Single Family Program provides FREE home energy assessments and energy-saving products to qualified homes in pre-selected communities managed by housing authorities, property management or community-based organizations. The Single Family Program is offered by Ameren Missouri in partnership with Spire.
How it Works
- Ameren Missouri selects and pre-qualifies properties or communities primarily working with housing authorities' representatives, property managers and community-based organizations.
- Once a community is selected, agencies will be contacted by program staff to discuss scheduling a full energy assessment and additional energy efficiency upgrade components for homes within the community.
- If your home has been identified as being eligible for an assessment, either a program representative or your property management staff will work with you to schedule your assessment or notify you of when your assessment is scheduled to occur.
- A program-approved Home Energy Advisor will perform your free home energy assessment. During your assessment, the energy advisor will install free energy saving products valued at up to $500 - so you can begin reducing your energy bill immediately.
- Based on the home energy assessment, you will also receive information on additional energy upgrades that your home may be eligible for. If eligible, the program approved contractor, or your housing organization will reach out to schedule the follow up visit.
- Enjoy your new products and continued energy savings!
Eligible homes must have an active Ameren Missouri electric account, four or less attached or detached living units, and participants must meet one of the following income eligibility requirements:
- Participation in federal, state, or local subsidized housing program.
- Proof of resident income levels at or below 80% of area median income (AMI) or 200% of federal poverty level.
- Fall within a census tract included on Company's list of eligible low-income census tracts.