Owners of large commercial and residential buildings will have access in June to a new resource center in Kansas City that is aimed at helping property owners launch energy efficiency projects.
Faced with a “chicken-and-egg” scenario of electric car adoption, a Kansas City utility has invested heavily in a public charging network. So far, it seems to be paying off.
While residential rooftops tend to grab the solar development spotlight, public buildings, especially in smaller cities, have often been overlooked, according to a new report.
A robust and vocal opposition is pushing back in Kansas City as officials discuss an ordinance that would require owners of large buildings to begin disclosing their energy and water use.