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June 3, 2022

Analysts also say Missouri’s infrastructure ahead of a surge in EV demand is sufficient for the time being. A report from the Missouri Energy Initiative found Missouri’s charging stations are keeping up with EV drivers.

April 20, 2022

Challenges discussed at the daylong event, run by the nonprofit Missouri Energy Initiative, spanned from hurdles on the electric grid to battling misinformation that can threaten to scuttle renewable energy expansion in communities throughout the state.

April 20, 2022

MISO and SPP planners discussed the prospects of the Joint Targeted Interconnection Queue (JTIQ) projects during a Tuesday infrastructure session of the Missouri Energy Initiative’s Midwest Energy Policy Series.

Dec. 26, 2021

A new report by the nonprofit Missouri Energy Initiative says a list of challenges, from poor statewide coordination to a lack of funding, must be addressed quickly so as not to discourage widespread adoption in the state.

Dec. 13, 2021

MEI's annual economic development meeting examined the role utilities played in two economic development projects in the service areas of 2 Missouri utilities.

Dec. 14, 2021

There are more than 2,000 public charging ports in Missouri, placing the state ninth in the country for available chargers, according to a report from the Missouri Energy Initiative. By 2030, the state will need an additional 8,000 charging ports to keep up with growing demand, the report says. Given the current rate of charger installation, Missouri will need to pick up the pace.

May 2, 2021

Experts appearing at the Missouri Energy Initiative’s virtual Midwest Energy Policy Series on Wednesday and Thursday touched on thoughtful infrastructure expansion, cybersecurity and FERC Order 2222. Infrastructure GridWise Alliance CEO Karen Wayland said there’s "a lot to like" in President Biden’s recently announced American Jobs Plan, but the infrastructure proposal...

April 27, 2019

“A good number of the housing stock is less than 50 years old, so when you look at roofs and HVACs and those things, these are the people who are going to start needing them. They haven’t quite cycled over,” said Josh Campbell, executive director of the Missouri Energy Initiative, a nonprofit agency that serves as administrator of the state’s Show Me PACE organization.

Aug. 31, 2020

PACENation, the nonprofit organization that advocates for expanded access to PACE financing, announced today the recipients of the 2020 PACESetter Awards and honored three PACE Champions for their distinguished leadership in the PACE marketplace.

Aug. 31, 2020

PACENation, the nonprofit organization that advocates for expanded access to PACE financing, announced today the recipients of the 2020 PACESetter Awards and honored three PACE Champions for their distinguished leadership in the PACE marketplace.