KEEPS Has Concluded Program Activities
Funding that supported KEEPS - Kentucky Energy Efficiency Program for Schools - ended in April, 2012. KPPC would like to thank all of those who participated in the program, and is proud of the KEEPS staff and the many accomplishments and energy savings that Kentucky school districts realized through the KEEPS program.
While the program has concluded activities, the KEEPS Training System is still available and provides a valuable package of tools, training, coaching and expertise that can help schools and other organizations establish and implement an effective energy management program.
KEEPS Training -
Energy Management Tools for any Organization
The KEEPS Training System provides a valuable package of tools, training, coaching and expertise that was developed for school districts but can be used by any organization to establish and implement an effective energy management program. The system is based on the U.S. EPA Energy Star Guidelines for Energy Management, which is a proven strategy to help improve energy and financial performance.
KEEPS Online Resources
Please call KPPC at (502) 852-0965 for all inquiries about energy efficiency, pollution prevention and environmental sustainability services. Inquiries may also be submitted online.
KEEPS Awards and Recognition Program
The KEEPS Awards and Recognition Program is no longer available. School districts are encouraged to continue to identify ways to garner recognition for their energy management program achievements through other programs such as Energy Star, Kentucky NEED and Kentucky Green and Healthy Schools.
KEEPS Moving Forward e-Newsletter
The final edition of the KEEPS Moving Forward e-newsletter was issued in April 2012. See the KEEPS Moving Forward archives to view past editions of the newsletter.
School district energy managers, energy teams and other personnel involved with the development of school district energy management programs are encouraged to subscribe to KPPC's monthly Sustainable Solutions Post to stay informed about the center's energy efficiency and environmental sustainability resources for school districts.