A lawsuit filed recently alleges the Missouri state government has interfered with fulfillment of a renewable energy standard law’s mandate.
The Buckeye State is among a few Midwestern battlegrounds where lawmakers associated with a conservative policy group are working to freeze, repeal, or otherwise weaken renewable energy policies.
The University of Missouri Industrial Assessment Center has received a $1.5 million from the U.S. Department of Energy to educate students on energy efficiency.
U.S. backs effort at State Fair Community College in Sedalia, Mo., to help incubate companies focused on waste-to-energy technology.
The St. Louis Housing Authority installs 617 kilowatts of PV power on four affordable housing complexes in what is said to be Missouri’s biggest solar project.
A new study shows that by adopting energy-efficient measures, Missouri can save money on energy costs and boost their economy, including creating new jobs.
Energize Missouri bring their tips and information on the road in a statewide tour to educate residents about the benefits of energy efficiency.
As part of its celebration of Earth Day this month, the state of Missouri once again is offering its Show-Me Green Sales Tax Holiday on Energy Star appliances.
A 90 year-old farmhouse at Novus International’s research farm at Montgomery City, Missouri, was recently gutted and renovated to LEED Platinum standards.
A Washington University in St. Louis building was recently certified as part of the Living Building Challenge, showcasing cutting edge eco-friendliness.
President Obama recently stopped by the Smith Electric Vehicle plant in Missouri to highlight the measurable effects of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in building a viable green economy.