On October 9, The Kansas City Board of Public Utilities (BPU) will provide a free educational workshop focused on community solar and energy efficiency. The event will be held from 5 to 7 PM at the Kansas City, Kansas Public Library in the 2nd Floor Auditorium.
Light refreshments will be served. Come prepared to learn about the BPU Community Solar program available now to Kansas City, Kansas customers. The workshop will cover how the program works, benefits, and how to enroll. The event also includes a variety of easy and effective home weatherization strategies that can help seal in the warmth during the winter months.
BPU provides education about community solar, energy efficiency and rebate incentives to the public year-round. These events are an opportunity for the community to learn how to reduce energy consumption with small changes and lower their environmental impact.
Registration is now open and seating is limited so register early. For more event details and to RSVP, please contact BPU Development Coordinator David Allen by October 4 at (913) 573-9922 or email email@example.com.
BPU’s water department was originally created in 1909, and its electric utility was operational in 1912. The purpose of the utility, then and to this day, is to provide the highest quality electric and water services at the lowest possible cost. Today the publicly owned utility serves approximately 63,000 electric and 50,000 water customers, primarily in Wyandotte County, Kansas. The mission of the utility and its employees is “to focus on the needs of our customers, to improve the quality of life in our community while promoting safe, reliable and sustainable utilities.” BPU’s Web site is www.bpu.com.