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Energy Conservation and Efficiency

  • The Facility Conservation Improvement Program (FCIP), administered by the Energy Division, facilitates the implementation and financing of energy conservation and other improvements in state, municipal, county, and educational facilities. It does this by connecting local units of government and school districts with pre-approved, private energy service companies (ESCOs) that evaluate the facility, identify energy-saving opportunities, and recommend a turn-key package of upgrades to be financed through the projected utility bill savings. Click here for FCIP brochure.
  • Energy Star: A good resource for homeowners and businesses looking for more information about making energy efficient choices and building improvements. ENERGY STAR is a joint program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy to help U.S. citizens save money and protect the environment through energy efficient products and practices.
  • Building Technologies Program: Contains a wealth of information about new building technologies and practices and resources for designing, building, and operating commercial and residential buildings. Also includes links to Appliance & Commercial Equipment Standards.
  • Information for Kids: Basic information about energy conservation and efficiency and recycling, provided by the Department of Energy's Energy Information Administration.
  • Energy Savings Calculator: This web-based calculator, provided by the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, helps consumers identify ways to save energy in their homes.
  • ENERGYSAVERS.GOV: The site includes energy saving facts and tips based on the different seasons, including both quick, cost-effective, energy-saving solutions, as well as long-term strategies, to save on cooling/heating.
  • See Other Programs & Incentives page for financial incentives available to Kansans.

 

 

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