Each year, the Institute for Local Self-Reliance tracks and scores states based on their energy policies and how these policies help or hinder local clean energy action. In the 2021 Community Power Scorecard, 3 states excelled, 8 states saw above average scores, 12 were average, 14 were mediocre, and 14 states received failing grades at enabling individuals and communities to take charge of their energy futures. Missouri was ranked as mediocre. Kansas received an “F.”
By Maria Mccoy. Institute for Local Self-Reliance. February 2, 2021.