Missouri Solar Resources

General resources regarding state solar policies, solar incentives, and utilities.

  • Solar Rebates: Empire District Electric, now Liberty Utilities, offers solar PV rebates for installing net-metered solar photovoltaic (PV) systems. The program is available to all of Empire's retail customers on generally available residential, commercial, and industrial rate schedules. Rebate recipients must certify that the system will remain in operation on their property for its useful life (deemed to be a minimum of 10 years). READ MORE →
  • Solar Incentives: Energy Sage shows that going solar in Missouri is cheaper now than ever before thanks to the quality solar incentives in the state. Missourians now have access to a wide variety of solar energy rebates from their utilities. READ MORE →
  • K-12 Energy Loans: Sunmetrix outlines The Missouri Energy Loan Program, administered by the Division of Energy in the Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED). It is available for energy efficiency and renewable energy projects for public and governmental buildings and structures. Eligible recipients include public schools (K-12) and public/private colleges. READ MORE →

Generation180 has toolkits, guides, reports, and more to help your school go solar. Visit SolarForAllSchools.org for even more resources.