MO Homeowners Could Get Help Going Green

Missouri homeowners could get help when it comes to taking energy efficiency steps in their home, according to an article in the Associated Press. The Property Assessed Clean Energy program, which passed legislation in the Missouri House last month, would let “cities and counties issue bonds to make loans to homeowners for energy-saving improvements,” the article says.

“Homeowners would have up to 20 years to pay off a loan through a special property tax assessment, which could be passed on to the next owner if the home were sold.”

The Senate is considering a similar measure. “The bill would also require new state buildings to meet certain energy standards and would outline registration of compost facilities.”

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