More Multi-Family, Low Income Building Owners Could Benefit from Utility Programs in MO

More Multi-Family, Low Income Building Owners Could Benefit from Utility Programs in MO

Two bills before the Missouri General Assembly could significantly increase the number of low income housing units that are eligible to benefit from utility programs that were approved last year.   The 2016 regulations made it possible for utilities to provide energy efficiency benefits to … Read more…

Greenfield, MO, Schools’ Solar Installation Nears Completion

Greenfield, MO, Schools’ Solar Installation Nears Completion

The Greenfield (MO) School District last autumn retained Missouri Sun Solar to install a 376 kilowatt solar system, according to the Joplin Globe. Installation of the panels at the high school, middle school and elementary school began in March 29. The goal, according to the … Read more…

Report: Missouri Should Allow Firms to Contract With Third-Party Suppliers of Green Energy

Washington, D.C.-based Advanced Energy Economy (AEE) – a national association of business leaders dedicated to making the global energy system more secure, clean, and affordable – released a policy brief on November 5 that suggests that opening the market to third-party energy suppliers would significantly … Read more…

Empire District Electric Files in Missouri for Higher Base Rate, Lower Fuel Fee

The Empire District Electric Company – an investor-owned utility based in Joplin, Missouri – has filed requests with the Missouri Public Service Commission (MPSC) to increase base rates, and to modify the fuel adjustment charges, paid by its Missouri electric customers.   The utility is … Read more…

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