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May 30, 2014KANSAS CITY, Mo. | By: Yehle
On Tuesday, Kansas City Power and Light (KCP&L) and other interested parties reached an agreement to expand the utility's energy efficiency programs to all Missouri customers. These programs will help customers save energy and money by implementing energy-efficiency measures in their homes and businesses.
All KCP&L Missouri customers will be able to participate in the programs starting in July should the Missouri Public Service Commission approve the agreement.
Some programs featured in the agreement include rebates for energy-efficient lighting, recycling old appliances, and replacing inefficient cooling systems.
Spokesperson for KCP&L, Courtney Hughley, says there are benefits to implementing the programs.