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Take Action On Our Energy Future!

2 months ago | May 02, 2017
By: Jamie Hofling

Over the past nine months, the Climate + Energy Project has kept you updated on an important energy efficiency docket. Well folks, the absolute final deadline is about to arrive this Friday, May 5th.  Submit your comment today!


Submit Public Comments:

  • Email: public.affairs@kcc.ks.gov

  • Toll Free Helpline: (800) 662-0027

  • Phone: (785) 271-3140

  • Fax: (785) 271-3111

  • TDD Kansas Relay Center: (800) 766-3777

  • Mail: KCC - Public Affairs & Consumer Protection, 1500 SW Arrowhead Rd., Topeka, KS 66604-4027


The Kansas Corporation Commission has received upwards of 230 comments in support of the programs, with more coming in every day. We’ve successfully reached 800+ people via Facebook, but we still need your help!  


Energy efficiency saves money, drives investment across all sectors of the economy, creates jobs, and reduces the environmental impact of energy use. Energy efficiency programs provided by public utilities, especially those tailored to meet a variety of customer needs and household economics, reap huge benefits for consumers.


The programs proposed by KCP&L are designed to meet customers where they are in their budget. Upon approval by the Kansas Corporation Commission, all of KCP&L’s Kansas customers will be introduced to energy efficiency with a direct install kit that includes items that will start reducing energy consumption right away!



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Thank you for helping make such great progress on comments to the Kansas Corporation Commission (KCC), let’s keep it up! If you’ve already submitted your comment, pick 2 or 3 friends and ask that they submit a comment by simply clicking here!


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Find tips, facts, and more by visiting our website page at http://climateandenergy.org/page.57.kcp-l-energy-efficiency-docket?act=view.


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