With the Center’s support, Kentucky organizations are changing the way they operate, turning to less toxic materials use and realizing year-over-year reductions in operational expenses, making environmental sustainability a component of sound business practices. Through its pollution prevention technical assistance services and outreach programs, KPPC has had a measurable impact on the state’s environmental and economic performance.
We invite you to take a look at some of KPPC’s successful activities and outcomes in the downloadable PDF versions of our Annual Reports.
2012-2013 Annual Report [1.3 MB]
2011-2012 Annual Report [9.2 MB]
2010-2011 Annual Report [2.11 MB]
2009-2010 Annual Report [8.4 MB PDF]
2008-2009 Annual Report [7.3 MB PDF]
2007-2008 Annual Report [14.5 MB PDF]
2006-2007 Annual Report [8.6 MB PDF]
Special Reports and Studies
The January 1 to December 31, 2011, KEEPS Status Report serves as a summary of activities for KEEPS - Kentucky Energy Efficiency Program for Schools as well as operational cost reductions realized by Kentucky school districts that implemented energy management programs with assistance provided by KEEPS.
Download a PDF version of the 2011 KEEPS Status Report. [8,803 KB PDF]
2010 KEEPS Status Report [2.3 MB PDF]
2008-2009 KEEPS Status Report [794.8 KB PDF]
25x'25 Roadmap for Kentucky - Charting Kentucky's Renewable Energy Future, the Kentucky Rural Energy Consortium (KREC), July 2008.
The Roadmap report outlines an ambitious goal for the Commonwealth: "By the year 2025, Kentucky will use renewable energy and energy efficiency as means to get at least 25 percent of its total energy from improved technologies and renewable resources such as solar, wind, biomass and biofuels."
Download a PDF version of the Roadmap report.
Kentucky 25x’25 Roadmap - Charting Kentucky’s Renewable Energy Future, Legislative Prospectus, the Kentucky Rural Energy Consortium (KREC), February 2008.
In the Legislative Prospectus, the KREC Advisory Board set out an important part of its strategic vision for the energy future of Kentucky. The full 25x'25 Roadmap report (above) identifies targets and opportunities that can significantly accelerate the growth of energy efficiency and renewable energy initiatives within the state.
An Overview of Kentucky's Energy Consumption and Energy Efficiency Potential, August 2007.
This report analyzes energy consumption in Kentucky’s residential, commercial and industrial sectors and estimates the environmental and economic impacts that energy efficiency could have in future energy demand. Published with support from the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE), the study identified opportunities for increasing efficiency in all three sectors, which could save Kentucky more than $6.8 billion over the next 10 years - the equivalent of 300,000 households' energy use each year.
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KPPC’s Sustainable Solutions Post e-newsletter provides industry-specific news, tips for improving efficiency, environment- and energy-related resources and notices for workshops, training and conferences.
Kentucky Renewable Energy Consortium
Kentucky Energy Efficiency Program for Schools
Other Publications Available
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