Ameren is proposing a pay as you save program that would spare customers the upfront cost of energy efficiency projects.
Missouri utility regulators instructed Evergy to run a one-year, $15 million pilot program using a “Pay As You Save” concept.
The programs offer no- or low-interest loans for appliances that charge when power tends to be cheaper and cleaner.
The city’s gas utility says it is open to trying out an inclusive on-bill financing program if state regulators approve.
A recent summit and regulator hearings this week have brought attention to apartment building energy efficiency.