Because lower energy consumption means operating costs and of course, lower green house gas emissions.
Loans and rebates are available to Missouri businesses to make it easier and financially feasible to make higher energy efficient equipment upgrades. Our staff is trained to present you with information about financial incentives for installing qualifying electricity-saving measures. We’ll also provide you to energy saving tips and recommendations and assist in the completion of paperwork so that you can get paid for your upgrades. Contact Bill to discuss what energy upgrades and incentives make sense for your company!
Building Control Solutions is a proud KCP&L Trade Ally. Meeting regularly with our trade ally representative and attending KCP&L energy rebate forums ensures that we have the latest knowledge that will help our customers save money.
The program provides financial incentives for installing qualifying electricity-saving measures including, but not limited to:
Rebates cover up to 50% of costs (equipment and labor) and customers can receive up to $250,000 per program year.
Learn how the St. Francis Hospital & Health Services saved nearly $1,000/month in energy costs through installing outdoor LED lighting with the help of KCP&L Rebates.
Visit KCP&L to learn more.
Property Assessed Clean Energy – is a financing tool that allows property owners to borrow money for renewable energy and energy efficiency property improvements with little or no upfront cost. The Missouri PACE Act authorizes the Missouri Clean Energy District to provide access to unlimited funding for energy efficiency and renewable energy projects on private property.
PACE can pay for the installation of qualifying electricity-saving measures including, but not limited to:
Through PACE, your financing is repaid through an increased assessment on your property tax bill. Approved projects are expected to create a net economic benefit, because your energy cost saving and other associated cash savings should be greater than your increased assessment. The assessment (and the energy benefits) stay with the property, so you may sell your property at any time.
Visit the Missouri Clean Energy District website to learn more.