EnergyWorks KC was an energy-efficiency program funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and administrated by the Metropolitan Energy Center (MEC) and the City of Kansas City, Missouri. The MEC’s role in EnergyWorks KC consisted of:
- Providing a one-stop shop for energy efficiency retrofit services, including marketing and outreach, customer applications, energy audits, information on obtaining energy efficiency financing, resources for obtaining energy efficiency upgrades, quality control and assurance.
- Designing and implementing a rebate and incentive program for creating energy efficiency upgrades in Kansas City neighborhoods
- Assisting the City of KCMO in developing the marketing program and the financial aspects of the project
- Implementing the marketing program and service delivery in targeted neighborhoods