Ameren Missouri is focusing their attention on creating more demand-side energy as part of a program recently approved by the Public Service Commission. It’s considered Cycle 3 of the Missouri Energy Efficiency Investment Act passed in 2009. Ameren’s Cycle 3 programs will include things like appliance recycling, home energy reports, and projects for low-income families. The programs all incentivize residential and business customers to reduce energy usage and helps provide them tools and benefits to do it. Ameren’s expected to start implementing Cycle 3 in March and continue over the next six years.