Saving the planet by saving energy Climate Control working with KCPL, at the top when it comes to saving energy
LIBERTY, MO, 3/31/2017— Climate Control heating and cooling was recently recognized by Kansas City Power and Light for helping their customers save energy. Upgrading the efficiency of the air conditioners and heat pumps in our area reduces demand on the power plants, reducing the amount of greenhouse gasses in the environment.
KCPL partners with select heating and cooling contractors in the area to offer rebates and other incentives to its customers when they purchase high efficiency replacement equipment. Climate Control ranked number ONE for submissions with the fewest faults, also ranking in top three in all number of units installed and KW hours of energy savings.
Dave Dennis owner of Climate Control said, “I am very proud of our team, we ranked in the upper echelon compared to companies that are 3 and 4 times our size.”
Climate Control is committed to helping our customers maximize their energy savings and taking advantage of the resources offered by the utility companies. “We see it as a Win – Win, reduction in peak energy demand good for the utility, good for the planet and good for our customers”, said Gene Amick a manager with Climate Control.
We encourage all Missouri KCPL customers that have older Cooling equipment, to give Climate Control a call, to see if they qualify for any rebates upon replacement.
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