KCP&L Launches Energy Efficiency Initiative

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Kansas City Power & Light Co., the city government and the area Chamber of Commerce are joining forces to put commercial, government and other institutional buildings on an energy diet and reduce electricity use by 5 percent by 2030. The Kansas City Energy Initiative calls for helping building owners save energy with more efficient lights, equipment upgrades, heating and cooling monitoring systems and other improvements.

The effort expands on Kansas City’s recent selection by the Natural Resources Defense Council to compete with nine other cities over the next three years to determine the best energy savings community. As part of the program, KCP&L is increasing its rebate cap from $50,000 to $250,000 for commercial customers who make energy efficiency improvements in their buildings.

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