Kansas City Power & Light Rebates

Learn more about Kansas City Power & Light's solar and energy efficiency rebates

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    To promote sustainable business practices, Kansas City Power & Light offers several rebate programs that help Missouri business customers complete energy efficient projects. Of particular note are its solar rebates. Read more about those below.

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    Kansas City Solar Rebate

    KCP&L’s Solar Power Rebate encourages the use of solar energy by offering companies who install solar panels a $0.50 per watt rebate until June 30th, 2019. After this time period, the rebate amount will be lowered to $0.50 per watt.

    The payment of solar rebates is subject to a one-time program limit— this means the amount that KCP&L spends on rebates paid to solar customers cannot exceed $50 million in the KCP&L Great Missouri are or $36.5 million in the KCP&L Missouri area.

    Standard Rebates

    KCP&L 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 KCP&L’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

    KCP&L offers customer rebates to help business customers implement energy-saving solutions that meet the specific needs of every business. The earlier your business brings KCP&L 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.

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