Division of Energy

The Division of Energy is focused on affordable and reliable energy generated in the state of Missouri. The division coordinates the state’s energy policy, houses energy-related programs, and works to support a strong, comprehensive, coordinated energy plan for Missouri.

The Division of Energy works in collaboration with stakeholders to develop and strengthen policies that allow Missouri to remain economically competitive while maintaining an environment in which all Missouri families can grow and thrive. Offering a complete package of energy services helps ensure a bright energy future for all Missourians.

The chart below reflects active energy saving projects and a description. These projects are funded by Missouri’s Energy Loan Program.
Active Projects Energy Savings Projects
Missouri S&T $62,419.00 Lighting
Nell Holcomb R-IV $13,202.00 Lighting
Normandy Schools Collaborative $99,053.00 Building Envelope and Lighting
The department's Division of Energy collects propane, heating oil, and transportation fuel survey data for the U.S. Department of Energy's Energy Information Administration (EIA). EIA analyzes the data in concert with information from other states as part of the U.S. DOE State Heating Oil and Propane Program and publishes national weekly, monthly and annual petroleum prices and supplies data. The Division of Energy reports on Missouri propane, heating oil, and transportation fuel information for policy makers and energy consumers.

Low-Interest Loans

Achieving Energy Efficiency

Missouri's Diverse Energy Resources

Energy Education

Weatherization