Kansas Sunlight Hours & Renewable Energy Information

Kansas Sun Light Hours Map

Quick Green Energy Summary for Kansas

Sunlight

State Sunlight Rank: 6/50

Average Annual Sunlight Hours: 2900 hours

Clear Days: 128 days per year

Summer Peak Sun Hours: 4.14 hours per day

Winter Peak Sun Hours: 5.28 hours per day

Average Peak Sun Hours: 5.79 hours per day

Wind

State Wind Rank : 1/50

Average Annual Wind Speed: 11.97 miles per hour

More Information on Kansas Green Energy

Kansas is surprisingly a very sunny state when it comes to average peak sun hours compared to other states in the US. Kansas currently has a limited buy ever increasing presence of solar power, and more substantial wind turbine energy array.

Kansas does have net metering laws, but they are not as favorable as some Kansas residents would like. The Western side of the state near cities like Goodland receive more solar insolation and peak sun hours than the Eastern side of the state in cities like Topeka. Kansas has a lot of farmland and many major cities, so renewable energy is a priority in the state to preserve the natural beauty and ever important farmlands.