Commercial properties in Kansas City, Mo., that achieve at least 15 percent projected energy savings are eligible to receive an EnergyWorks KC rebate of project costs up to $3,000. For information, visit the kcenergy.org website.


EnergyWorks KC offers a variety of financial incentives to make achieving energy efficiency improvements affordable. EnergyWorks KC incentives are available for energy efficiency building improvements that achieve at least 15 percent projected energy savings, based on a professional energy analysis.

Energy Efficiency Rebates and Incentives for Businesses


There are energy improvement rebates and financial incentives available to help commercial property owners save money when they make energy efficiency improvements. To find rebates and other incentives in your region, visit the Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency (DSIRE). DSIRE is a comprehensive source of information on state, local, utility and federal incentives and policies that promote renewable energy and energy efficiency.


Note: This list is current as of June 24, 2013 but is subject to change. Please check the listed website for more current information.


EnergyWorks KC

The EnergyWorks KC program no longer provides rebates, but still provides low interest loans. For information, visit EnergyWorks KC’s website.

In addition, Metropolitan Energy Center can assist you in obtaining rebates funded by the utility companies.


Also, remove the links to the survey from both the residential and business page – it’s no longer active – and replace with a link to EnergySavvy until we get our own calculator done.





Energy Optimizer offers a FREE programmable thermostat ($300 value), including installation, for participating KCP&L residential and small commercial customers to help manage energy consumption throughout the year.


KCP&L provides rebates when you purchase high-efficiency equipment for your facilities. Not only do you receive monetary incentives from KCP&L toward purchases, but you also lower your energy costs. There are three rebate programs designed to fit your needs:




Missouri Gas Energy (MGE)


Better Heating Now: Missouri Gas Energy (MGE) offers its small business customers rebates for the purchase and installation of efficient natural gas water heating and space heating equipment within its service territory. The list of eligible participants includes residential property owners, small businesses, developers, and builders who install qualifying systems.



Platte-Clay Electric Cooperative


Platte-Clay Electric Cooperative offers a variety of rebates to commercial customers who wish to upgrade to energy efficient equipment, such as ground source heat pumps, replacement of existing propane, natural gas, air source or electric resistance heating units and geothermal heat pumps.




Learn more about tax incentives for commercial buildings at the Department
of Energy’s
Building Technologies Program page

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