St. Patrick Center has partnered with Ameren Missouri to upgrade the agency’s existing lighting at 800 North Tucker in downtown St. Louis to energy-efficient LEDs.
“We’re very grateful for this partnership with Ameren and estimate that the upgraded lighting will save us about $18,000 annually in energy expenses,” said Chief Operating Officer Michelle Hennessy. “The savings will allow us invest in more programs and services for individuals and families working their way out of homelessness.”
“Partnering with organizations like St. Patrick Center is another way we’re investing in the communities we serve and call home,” said Bill Davis, director of energy solutions at Ameren Missouri.
According to Ameren Missouri, more than 10,000 businesses across the state have taken advantage of energy-saving opportunities since March 2016, resulting in energy savings equivalent to the annual energy use of 72,000+ homes. Ameren Missouri customers are encouraged visit
AmerenMissouri.com/EnergyEfficiency to discover ways to save energy and money.
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