The utility says it will seek a new location for its first community solar project, which already has commitments for more than 90% of its proposed capacity.
Solar advocates say Evergy’s proposed substitute is as discriminatory as one thrown out by the state’s high court.
Evergy and Ameren Missouri are both rolling out optional time-of-use rates to customers as they install smart meters.
Clean energy advocates want Evergy to cease a demand charge on solar customers that was ruled illegal last spring.
Eight months after announcing a 5-megawatt community solar project, Evergy has yet to hit its subscription target.