Incorrect, the HS110 and HS300 DO energy monitoring, which is why thousands of these have been purchased by Sense users that are frustrated by Sense’s detection limitations. What seems to be correct is that TP-Link has End of Life’d the HS110, although you can still find some in various places. The HS100 (and the HS105), still available, does not do monitoring, only control, which causes confusion due to similar part numbers.
The Kasa HS300 also does power monitoring per outlet (six of them) and apparently is still being made (no clue why, because same technology inside).
I’m not sure what the relationship between KASA and TP-Link actually are, some re-sellers use the names interchangeably and the TP-Link web site features a KASA logo. A Google search for answers was pretty confusing.