Blue Springs Fall Fun Fest
Blue Springs Fall Fun Fest was a success! We had an opportunity to speak to a lot of people about their interest in solar solutions and appreciate everyone who stopped by. We found out there is some confusion regarding the incentives to go solar in this area so we wanted to make it easy to understand.
Solar Power Rebate
The KCP&L Solar Power Rebate encourages the use of solar technology, a renewable power source that has a positive impact on the planet.
2019 Solar Rebate Information
- Customers will have up to 90 days to file an interconnection agreement.
- KCP&L Missouri and GMO each have $8 million available for rebates which will be available on a first come, first serve basis.
- Rebates will be paid out at $0.50 per watt before June 30th of 2019. Start July 1, rebates will be paid out at $0.25 per watt until the funds are depleted.
- Business Social Service Programs: $500k in each jurisdiction will be made available to non-profit businesses that receive general electric service and are primarily used for low-income public social services such as food banks, food pantries, soup kitchens, homeless shelters, employment servicers, worker training, job banks, child care and otherwise determined by KCP&L.