Evergy energy rebates
Take advantage of the wide variety of Evergy rebates for solar and energy efficiency
To promote sustainable business practices, Evergy offers several rebate programs that help Missouri and Kansas business customers complete energy efficient projects. Of particular note are its solar rebates. EnergyLink will help you navigate the rebate process as you complete your project
Evergy rebates offered
Kansas City solar rebate: new solar projects are eligible for a $0.25 per watt rebate. The payment of solar rebates is subject to a one-time program limit— this means the amount that Evergy spends on rebates paid to solar customers cannot exceed $50 million in the Evergy Great Missouri area or $36.5 million in the Evergy Missouri area.
Standard rebates: Evergy standard rebates cover a wide range of equipment and facility upgrades, such as:
- Energy-efficient LED lighting & lighting controls
- Refrigeration systems & food service equipment
- Variable speed drive air compressors for manufacturing
See specific breakdowns of financial incentives here. Pre-approval is not necessary for Evergy’s Standard Rebates. Your company can submit a Standard Application with supporting documentation when the project is complete, and the installed equipment is qualified for a rebate. It typically takes 10 days for review and payment of the application.
Customer energy rebates: Evergy offers customer rebates to help business customers implement energy-saving solutions that meet the specific needs of every business. The earlier your business brings Evergy into the project, the more your business can save with rebates.
Some examples of custom projects are:
- New construction
- Chiller systems
- Heating & cooling systems
- Compressed air upgrades
- Building controls
- Energy management systems
- Refrigeration projects
- Variable speed drives and pumps
Custom incentives pay a maximum of $0.40/kWh saved and a minimum of $0.06/kWh saved. The incentive is calculated at the $550/coincident peak kW saved and is capped at 75% of the incremental project costs.
Custom rebates require pre-approval prior to the purchase and installation of equipment/materials. To learn more about the preapproval process click here.