The Missouri Department of Natural Resources is working on a number of exciting initiatives. The Roadmap to Resilience project, funded through a competitive grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Energy, involved work with Rolla, St. James and Stockton to plan for resilience and develop a toolkit for other small- and medium-sized communities. The department has also undertaken a stakeholder-driven Missouri State Energy Planning (MoSEP) process. Currently, the department is working to save taxpayers money and reduce energy use by collaborating on energy efficiency upgrades in state facilities, as well as to lead efforts on energy workforce development, energy education, and energy literacy.

Citizens Guide to Energy Rules and Regulations
Federal and state regulations written to address energy
Energy Financial Assistance Opportunities
Funding for energy efficiency or renewable energy projects and steps to save money
Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) Home Energy Rebates Program
Developing rebate programs for home energy efficiency and electrification
Missouri State Energy Planning (MoSEP) Process
Addresses topics related to Missouri’s energy needs
Comprehensive State Energy Plan (CSEP)
2015 plan resulting from stakeholder engagement
Energy Information
Energy consumption, production, prices and various energy topic areas
Roadmap To Resilience
Develop customized resilience plans in your community
Public Notices
Provide input on draft plans or rules on public notice
Success Stories
What we're doing with businesses and communities to conserve energy
Find a meeting, hearing or event near you
Document Search
Search all department documents in one location for easy access
Laws, Rules and Regulations
State and federal rules governing energy; rules in development