Industrial Manufacturing

Helping industrial facilities save smarter.

The right high-efficiency upgrades to your industrial facility can result in far more than energy savings. Bring KCP&L to the table early to help you develop a long-term strategy to reduce operating costs, streamline production and boost your bottom line. When the time comes to upgrade, our extensive resources, incentives and expertise can help you invest with confidence. 

Project snapshot: Yanfeng USA Automotive

Est. annual energy savings: 1,110,999 kWh
KCP&L incentive: $104,995
Energy costs saved: $81,687 annually

Industrial, Industry

"Working with KCP&L was a monumental decision when installing LEDs in our facility. If you are considering equipment or lighting upgrades, I recommend reaching out to KCP&L.

Keegan Williams, Lean Implementation Specialist
Yanfeng USA Automotive, Riverside, Missouri

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Key opportunities to consider...

Lighting

Upgrading to LEDs doesn’t just cut your energy costs. Their higher quality light and long-lasting reliability also helps reduce maintenance costs, increase safety and boost productivity.

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Variable speed drives

What's good for your production line is also good for your bottom line. VSDs and controls use only as much energy as needed to lower maintenance costs and increase production and equipment life.

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Refrigeration

Upgrading to high-efficiency refrigeration equipment not only cuts energy costs, but can also improve reliability, reduce downtime and maintenance costs, and increase equipment life cycles.
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Chillers

Featuring energy-saving advancements like VSDs and magnetic bearings, a modern, right-sized chiller can enhance your facility’s comfort and efficiency for the next 30 years or more.
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Air compressors

VSD-equipped air compressors experience less wear and tear, last longer, are less noisy and offer greater reliability than their constant-speed counterparts.
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