Evergy and Ameren Missouri are both rolling out optional time-of-use rates to customers as they install smart meters.
The transmission line, originally envisioned as a thruway from Kansas to Indiana, has struggled to gain approval in Missouri and Illinois.
Supporters are optimistic that the City Council will adopt a 2021 code expected to increase efficiency by 10%.
Ameren is proposing a pay as you save program that would spare customers the upfront cost of energy efficiency projects.
As St. Louis adopts a major building energy policy, Kansas City’s code update appears stuck in homebuilder politics.