Energy Education

Do you want to incorporate more energy efficiency into your curriculum, but could use an outside presenter? Give us a shout. 

Energy assessments for small businesses

The Kansas Energy Program can assist your small business with an on-site energy assessment and assist you in working through the USDA REAP grant application process. Whether you're considering replacing your T12 lighting, your refrigerated open display cases, or have a 30-year-old furnace, give us a call and find out how we can assist you.

Energy library

Not only does the Kansas Energy Library include books for check-out, we also have energy equipment such as data loggers, light meters, and thermal imaging cameras. 

Renewable Energy Projects

Is your small rural business considering a renewable energy project, such as installing solar panels, wind turbines, or geothermal? If awarded, the USDA Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) grant will cover 25% of eligible project expenses. Questions or want assist in completing the application? Contact the Kansas Energy Program.

Facility Conservation Improvement Program

If you are interested in reducing costs through energy-efficiency improvement projects, but don’t have sufficient upfront capital, FCIP may be the right financing tool for you. 

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What we do

We provide education, grant information, and technical assistance to small businesses, K-12 educators, and governmental entities. Our goal is to encourage the implementation of energy efficiency and renewable energy.

Small Business Support

No-cost energy audits, USDA REAP grant assistance, and energy resources

K-12 Education and Outreach

Energy library, curricula, presentations, games, workshops, KidWind

Support for Government Facilities

Technical review and promotion for the Facility Conservation Improvement Program

LED Price Watch

60W LED

$1.17/bulb

Upcoming Events

Oct 2
2019 Kansas Energy Efficiency Expo in Manhattan

Check out the 2019 Energy Efficiency Expo and learn about ways you can save energy!

 

Oct 3
Kansas Renewable Energy Conference

Make sure to save the date for this event hosted by the Kansas Department of Commerce!

Kansas Energy Program Results

5,478,000

Kilowatt Hours (kWh) Saved

$552,400

Dollars Saved

77

Businesses Assisted

42

REAP Projects Awarded