If you or someone you know in the Kansas City metro area needs assistance with their utility bills, dial 211 (available 24 hours a day, seven days a week). If you are unable to dial 211, visit United Way of Greater KC 2-1-1 or call 866-320-5764.
Below we have highlighted incentives and programs that support energy efficiency in Kansas & Missouri. For a comprehensive list, visit the Database of State Incentives for Renewable Energy (DSIRE). ACEEE’s SmarterHouse website is also full of information and resources to help you make wise investment decisions and decide which products to buy and how to use them for maximum energy savings. If you still cannot find what you are looking for, give us a call or send us an email, and we will be happy to help.
Receive FREE energy-efficient upgrades to your home with the Energy Savings Kit (available to renters and homeowners), through a partnership of Evergy and Spire. When you make an appointment for a home energy assessment, you’ll receive complimentary upgrades throughout your home, along with personalized tips for more ways to save.
BPU offers rebates for energy-efficient air conditioning systems, the removal of gas furnaces (when replaced with electric), electric hot water tanks, and all electric split systems. Contact Patrice Townsend (913.573.9014) for additional information.
Enter your zip code to find rebates and incentives available for your home.
Liberty Utilities is offering customers in Missouri up to $5,000 in incentives to conserve energy, save money, and increase comfort.
In Missouri, during April 19-25, qualifying Energy Star certified new appliances are exempt from state sales tax. Visit the Missouri Department of Revenue website to see where you can save.
Homeowners in Missouri can claim a tax deduction of the cost of a home energy audit for the tax year in which the audit was completed or the tax year the recommended energy efficiency improvements were implemented.
Homeowners can claim a federal tax credit for installing appliances that are designed to boost energy efficiency or making certain energy efficiency improvements to their homes (10% of cost up to $500 or a specific amount from $50-$300).
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