MISSOURI (KFVS) - Two companies previously known to be at odds with each other are coming together, they say to fix electric rates and create and save jobs in Missouri.
The president and CEO of Noranda Aluminum, Inc. and the president of Ameren Missouri released a joint letter on Wednesday, February 24 announcing their partnership.
In the letter they say:
In the letter, they outline areas they support, including: establishing caps on rate increases, accelerating installation of smarter technology to help customers better control their energy costs and creating good-paying jobs.
You can click here to read the full letter.