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.
A report submitted to state lawmakers last week recommends several changes that are supported by clean energy groups.
Solar installers say Evergy’s demand fee has made residential solar finances less certain and more complicated.
Missouri utility regulators instructed Evergy to run a one-year, $15 million pilot program using a “Pay As You Save” concept.