Latest Announcements

PACE Rulemaking

The Environmental Improvement and Energy Resources Authority (EIERA) is seeking input on whether State Regulations are necessary to clarify the definition of Energy Efficiency Improvement or Renewable Energy Improvement as they relate to Property Assessment Clean Energy (PACE) Programs.

Visit the PACE Rulemaking page for more information.



No More Red Tape. Missouri is open for business

Contact Information

Submit written comments to:

Environmental Improvement and Energy Resources Authority
Attn: Red Tape Reduction
PO Box 744
Jefferson City, MO 65102-0176

Comments will be accepted through Dec. 15, 2017.

Learn more at: Governor Greiten’s Nx Mo Red Tape

Red Tape Reduction – Regulation Review

The Environmental Improvement and Energy Resources Authority works EIERA provides environmental solutions through finance, research, and technical assistance. We benefit the environment, the economy, and our partners. Burdensome regulations and time-consuming paperwork, however, that provides minimal enhancements to our natural resources and public health protection, are not effective. They restrict business growth and interfere with improving our economy. Under Gov. Greitens’ leadership, all state agencies are working to reduce Red Tape in Missouri. Red tape refers to regulations or other government rules or processes that unnecessarily burden individuals and businesses while doing little to protect or improve public health, safety and our natural resources.

You can help us in our mission by providing your input on ways we can reduce unnecessary red tape.

Department of Natural Resources offers community assistance online

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources features a Community Assistance page on its website. Learn more about DNR’s Community Services team, which helps local governments address environmental issues and provides technical assistance and information on accessing grants, loans, and training. Links to guides and facts sheets for local government leaders on environmental topics and financial assistance opportunities are available. Your regional community service coordinator and his or her contact information is also provided.