Ameren Missouri names new chair, president, CEO

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Effective April 1 Michael Moehn has been promoted to chairman, president and CEO of Ameren Missouri, an electric and gas delivery utility unit of Ameren Corp. and the state's largest utility.

Michael Moehn has been promoted to chairman, president and CEO of Ameren Missouri, an electric and gas delivery utility unit of Ameren Corp.

He succeeds Warner Baxter, president of Ameren Corp. who will become the utility's CEO April 24.

"Millions of Missourians depend on Ameren Missouri to power the quality of their lives, and we are fortunate to have an experienced leader such as Michael who is ready to take on this great responsibility," said Thomas R. Voss, chairman and chief executive officer of Ameren Corp. "Michael has the right mix of financial and operating experience to take Ameren Missouri to the next level of performance."

"To his new role Michael brings a wealth of operations, finance and strategic planning experience as well as a strong commitment to the community," Baxter added. "In his 14 years at Ameren he has consistently demonstrated the commitment to excellence, integrity and service that is a hallmark of our co-workers at all levels. Tom and I are confident that under his leadership, Ameren Missouri will continue to deliver superior value to our customers and our shareholders."

Ameren Missouri has been providing electric and gas service for more than a century, and its electric rates are among the lowest in the nation. The company serves 1.2 million electric and 127,000 natural gas customers in central and eastern Missouri. Ameren Missouri's service area covers 63 counties and more than 500 towns, including the greater St. Louis area.

St. Louis-based Ameren Corp. powers the quality of life for 2.4 million electric customers and more than 900,000 natural gas customers in a 64,000-square-mile area through its Ameren Missouri and Ameren Illinois rate-regulated utility subsidiaries. Ameren Illinois provides electric and natural gas delivery service while Ameren Missouri provides vertically integrated electric service, with generating capacity of 10,300 MW, and natural gas delivery service. Ameren Transmission Company of Illinois develops regional electric transmission projects.

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