The plans, marketed as community solar, have seen warm reception in Nebraska and in Missouri, where one project is “78% oversubscribed.”
Bills surfaced in both states that would let utilities refinance uneconomic power plants using ratepayer-backed bonds.
Missouri regulators’ approval of the transmission project puts Kansas in a position for significant wind development.
The participation rate for privately owned buildings lags the city’s expectations and the rates for other regional cities.
One customer used programmable outlet timers cut his peak demand to a third of what it was before he got creative.