ENERGY EFFICIENCY REBATES


KCPL rebate

The KCPL rebate for windows and insulation is back for their Missouri customers! April 1, 2016 is the launch date of the new KCPL rebate for energy efficiency home improvements. We are scheduling energy audits now for the week of April 4.  Make your…

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Cit Council meeting

http://kansascity.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=2&clip_id=8556 RESOLUTION NO. 140811 Declaring October, 2014 as Energy Awareness Month in Kansas City, Missouri. WHEREAS, there is an urgent need to address our growing energy and environmental needs across the world and we need energy policies that promote environmental…

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Still debating on that New Year’s resolution? Pledging to make your home more efficient is the perfect resolution. Increasing efficiency in the home will make your home more comfortable, your bills cheaper and help the Earth all at the same…

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We recently published a blog about our co-owner, Luke Smith, going solar. We thought we’d share some of the super cool features that Luke has been able to play with since his solar system was installed. Every solar installation will…

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So for over two years now I have been talking the energy efficiency talk without fully walking the walk. I did what I could around my house as far as programming my programmable thermostat and replacing my incandescent light bulbs…

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As part of our series of blogs focusing on different components of HERS ratings today we are talking about the blower door. This tool is also used in new and existing construction and can be very helpful to both. A…

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Recently 41 Action News reported about residents in Spring Hill, KS who were shocked when they received their last electric bill (see original story). After co-owner, Luke Smith, tweeted at the the news station offering help to the residents @ShanHalligan came…

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We have reached the halfway mark for this winter season. How is your home’s energy efficiency measuring up? With rate increases on utilities across the metro coupled with brutal cold we haven’t seen in years some of you might be…

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Energy Works Kansas City (EWKC) is a rebate program for saving energy and money and making your home more comfortable.  The program has changed from its October inception. The program is much more simple now, any Kansas City resident can qualify for…

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Although the EWKC program started slow last October, to date we have completed close to 100 projects . What does it take to get to the 15% energy savings required to qualify? This is still not an easy answer because no…

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