Here at the Fleur-de-Lys Mansion where we love our A/C, have three refrigerators and four freezers, six televisions, and all-night lights inside and out, we know how to burn the kilowatt hours. But soon we plan on switching to solar for some of our energy consumption, and you can, too. We don’t have to stand up solar panels in the yard to do it. Ameren Missouri’s Community Solar program is the answer. Once they have signed up a sufficient number of subscribers, construction of their solar farm will begin at Lambert International Airport. We can all do our bit to help save the planet for future generations. Visit https://www.ameren.com/missouri/solar/community-solar to take part.