Programmable Thermostat

Keep your home climate comfortable while reducing your energy bill up to 20%.

Programmable Thermostat

A programmable thermostat puts you in control of your heating and cooling, helping you use energy more efficiently and lower your utility bills. Although we are not currently accepting new applications for KCP&L’s free Programmable Thermostats, customers currently on the program may keep thermostats that are already installed. Customer support, maintenance and online access remain available for current participants. 

Even if you aren’t a participating in this program, purchasing a programmable thermostat is a smart investment. Heating and cooling can account for more than half of your energy costs. Lowering your thermostat by 7° to 10°F for eight hours a day can save up to 10% on your bill. A programmable thermostat can do this automatically. Learn more about energy saving tips for your home.

Please note: As of November 18, 2015, we are no longer accepting new applications for this program. Thanks to the overwhelming response from our, we have already reached our enrollment limit for 2015. We would like to continue to offer this program early next year. Please check back for the latest information.

If you are currently enrolled in the program, you may keep any thermostat that is already installed. Customer support, maintenance and online access will continue. If you have any questions or concerns, please call (855) 337-7583.

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If you need help programming your thermostat or logging in to the application, please call 855-337-7583 for assistance.

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