Thursday, May 09, 2019

Solar Power Could Save Kansas City But The Sun Stopped Shining Since Last Year

Don't get it twisted, TKC LOVES A CLOUDY DAY and the constantly gloomy weather suits this blog and our moody reader community . . . Additionally, Prez Trump hates solar panels. Still, there's a bright spot for energy optimists:

Solar energy continues to gain popularity in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A solar farm, rebates for installing solar panels, and electric vehicles are all part of a series of initiatives turning Kansas City, Missouri, green. This year, city leaders adopted a goal to power all municipal operations with electricity from carbon-free sources by the end of 2020.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

KCPL doesn't charge Google for electricity. How come we don't get a deal like that?

Smiling Jack said...

Coal Burning, Solar Panels, Wind Turbines, and yet we have two Rivers, one of them the largest in the entire Country, flowing by 24/7, used for nothing but fish habitat, Grain Barges, and occasional recreational flood watching.

Anonymous said...

Most people in KC are poor. Those solar panels are gonna start disappearing into thin air, amirite?