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. 


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


< $2/bulb

Upcoming Events

Apr 6
2018 KidWind Challenge

What: The KidWind Challenge is an event developed 6 years ago to allow students

Apr 11
AEE Member Webinar - Energy Efficiency Investments Beat Wall Street

This webinar is being presented by Eric Woodroof, Ph.D., C.E.M., C.R.M.

Kansas Energy Program Results


Kilowatt Hours (kWh) Saved


Dollars Saved


Businesses Assisted


REAP Projects Awarded