Knapp is more than your energy company.
We’re your neighbors.
Knapp Energy is a Kalamazoo-based, family-owned energy company that has been serving southwest Michigan for over 50 years. Because we call this area home, we don’t consider our customers to be accounts, we think of them as neighbors. That means doing all the extra little things without being asked. And always being there when we’re needed.
While most propane gas, heating oil, gasoline, diesel fuel, and industrial lubricants are pretty similar, the companies who deliver them aren’t. If our neighborly approach sounds good to you, give us a call. We’re looking forward to meeting you.
powers ESPN’s College Game Day at WMU!
Knapp Energy Inc. will be the fuel vendor used to provide diesel fuel delivery to the generators that will power “ESPN’s College Game Day” at Western Michigan University. Dave Knapp, president of Knapp Energy and former WMU football player says, “this opportunity is what Knapp Energy is all about… Being a local, family owned fuel distributor, we are not only are Southwest Michigan’s most complete fuel and lubricant distributor, we are also heavily committed to supporting our local communities and their events!” ESPN is setting up on Western’s Campus for the Saturday show, and their presence in Kalamazoo has caused a lot of excitement in the community. Dave continued by saying, “Knapp Energy has supported WMU athletics for many years, (Knapp Energy is the sponsor of the “Energy Meter” at WMU home football games) and we are very excited to see Bronco football doing so well this year… It has been a positive not only for the university but also to the community! – GO BRONCOS!
Knapp Energy has partnered with the WMU Athletics Department to sponsor “The Knapp… Energy Meter”!
Head to a WMU Bronco home football game and show your team spirit by pushing the Knapp Energy Meter to its limits!
Knapp Energy has been a participant in Western Michigan University Athletics and a Gary Fund Sponsor for over 25 years.
Knapp Energy diesel fuel delivery wrapping up for the season as the heavy equipment is parked at the job site.
Knapp Energy wet lined equipment for the out of town contractors as they worked this summer and fall to clean up the demolished rubble from the former Checker Motor Plant. — October 2016.