The participation rate for privately owned buildings lags the city’s expectations and the rates for other regional cities.
Kansas City Power & Light’s plan to return federal tax savings to customers also includes measures to encourage renewable energy purchases, community solar and reduce energy usage.
City officials hope a partnership with Kansas City Power & Light will help it meet a set of ambitious clean energy goals.
Owners of large commercial and residential buildings will have access in June to a new resource center in Kansas City that is aimed at helping property owners launch energy efficiency projects.
Faced with a “chicken-and-egg” scenario of electric car adoption, a Kansas City utility has invested heavily in a public charging network. So far, it seems to be paying off.