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Fri Oct 4, 2019, 06:09 AM

Ameren, MoBot Are Making Solar Power More Affordable For Homes, Schools And Nonprofits

Two recently launched programs in Missouri aim to lower cost barriers for residents, nonprofits and businesses that want access to solar energy and to reduce their carbon footprint.

Ameren Missouri began taking applications today for its $14 million Neighborhood Solar program. Under the program, Ameren will pay the cost of installing and maintaining solar panels for up to seven schools, nonprofits or community organizations.

The Missouri Botanical Garden and Washington University also recently began offering St. Louis and St. Louis County residents discounted rates for installing panels on their properties.

Given the success of the Midwest Renewable Energy Associationís Grow Solar program in other states, itís a good time to offer it in St. Louis, said Glenda Abney, director of the gardenís EarthWays Center.


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