Cool Homes or Energy Sense contractors are no longer required for EWKC rebates in fact no HVAC upgrade is required , the only catch is a 15% energy savings must be projected from the initial assessment for an Energy works kc rebate of up to $1000.
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EnergyWorks KC has $6.5 million available to provide rebates and other financial incentives for homes and businesses that want to improve energy efficiency. The group made the announcement at a news conference this afternoon.
Read more: http://www.kansascity.com/2011/10/20/3219360/stimulus-money-available-for-homeowners.html#ixzz1bN61bvap
NBC Action News Story http://www.nbcactionnews.com/dpp/news/local_news/program-offers-kansas-city-homeowners-incentives-to-make-their-homes-energy-efficient
Previous blog entry …. EnergyWorks KC EWKC is a new rebate program for Kansas City Missouri residents. It combines Home Performance with Energy Star’s Energy Audit with Cool Home’s by KCP&L or Energy Sense by MGE. The details are final a home owner could receive an extra $900 rebates form the City of Kansas City.
There is a minimum of 15% Overall energy savings required. Energy Works KC is live as of 9-29-11. The first step requires scheduling a Home Energy Audit. The customer must also upgrade to an energy efficient furnace, air conditioner or water heater .
To begin the Energy Works KC Process you must create an account HERE , This is the MEC web portal where you enter some basic owner information and utility data. Then simply request an assessment from Green Improvement Consulting . You will be on your way to a more efficient, more comfortable home with utility lower bills.
We have attached rebate specifics of Energy Works KC below. Please remember Energy Works Kc is for Kansas City Missouri customers only.
Contact Mygreenkc.com for more details.