The Kansas Energy Program has a lending library with more than 550 holdings, which includes publications, books, energy audit and monitoring equipment, and interactive energy displays and hands-on kits (as of March 2018).
The books and publications are related to any energy topic, such as wind, solar, energy efficiency, or energy-related standards. Energy audit and monitoring equipment includes items such as dataloggers, light meters, and a thermal imaging camera. These can be used for conducting energy assessments or be integrated into energy-related curricula in the classroom. The interactive kits and displays include bicycle generators, insulation demonstrations, and solar, wind, and geothermal hands-on activities.