Our commitment to you, our communities and the planet

Generating power that's cleaner, more affordable and more reliable

than ever before—that’s our vision for a sustainable energy future.


Looking forward and innovating now

We are committed to meeting the evolving energy needs of our customers and communities. Providing sustainable energy has always been important to us. And because it’s even more important to you now, it’s an even bigger part of our plans.

We developed an ambitious—and attainable—plan to be carbon neutral by 2045. This roadmap allows us to responsibly transition and manage a diverse energy supply as renewable and storage technologies continue to advance.

Our Plan


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Our sustainability plan

Right on track

Today, we’re embracing new energy sources to generate more power with less impact to our environment. We’re adopting new technologies to modernize our grid and support more renewables. We’re investing in more tools and options to keep your energy costs down and give you more control.

Because you deserve power that’s clean, affordable and reliable now—and for years to come.

Our Progress

Environmental Stewardship

Making a positive impact in the communities we call home is a foundational component of our business. When our communities thrive, so does Evergy. We believe our community impact is an integral part of our contribution – we see them as one and the same. We are dedicated to moving energy and our communities forward.

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Growing demand for energy and changes to the electric grid to support renewables requires investments and expansion. We're making the upgrades to lay the foundation for reliable, affordable and safe energy accessible to all of our communities and customers.

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Through sustainability and investment in our communities and future, we're striving to create a more affordable foundation for our customers.

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Latest Efforts


We're celebrating over 100 million megawatt-hours of wind generation


Did you know one wind turbine can produce up to 3,000 kilowatts per hour? That can power Kauffman Stadium for just over nine minutes, KCI airport for just over four minutes and several customer's homes for a couple months. 

Utilizing and generating wind creates a much cleaner environment and offers our communities a more sustainable and affordable option. With over 274 wind turbines in our energy mix, we're well on our way to achieving our goal of carbon neutral by 2045.

History of Evergy Sustainability

Although cleaner energy is a major part of our future, it's also a part of our past. For decades, we've strived to pave the way for cleaner energy through carbon-free and renewable efforts. 

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ESG Strategy

When it comes to our environmental, social and governance (ESG) strategy, we're making strides every day to support a diverse energy mix, reduce emissions, lessen water usage and so much more.

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Resources and Additional Information

Integrated Resource Plan (IRP)

Request for Proposals

Wind RFP

Project requirements Evergy, Inc (Evergy) is issuing this Request for Proposals (RFP) to solicit offers from interested parties (Respondents) with the intent of securing proposals for the acquisition of an aggregated total of 1000 MW of nameplate rated wind generation projects with a Commercial Operation Date (COD) on or before Dec. 31, 2026.

  • Projects with a COD by June 30, 2024 and Dec. 31, 2025 will be given preference
  • All projects must be able to connect with the Southwest Power Pool (SPP)
  • Projects located in Kansas are preferred 

Proposals are due Nov. 23, 2021. All proposal responses should be directed to as outlined in the RFP documents.

Issue RFP Oct. 18, 2021
Submit Appendix A and B with intent to bid on or before Oct. 29, 2021
Pre-bid conference Nov. 4, 2021 (11 am CDT)
Submit all questions Nov. 15, 2021
Bids due Nov. 23, 2021 (5 pm CST)
Short list selected Dec. 17, 2021
Final negotiations complete Q1-Q2 2022
Expected Notice to Proceed (NTP) for 2024 COD Q1-Q2 2023
Preferred COD #1 June 2024
Preferred COD #2 Dec. 2025
Latest COD Dec. 2026

CCR & Renewable Energy Compliance Reports






View information on our CCR Rule Compliance Data and Information, as well as the Missouri Metro and Missouri West Renewable Energy Standard Compliance Reports.