Save Kansas Solar Update

3 months ago | May 06, 2019
By: Jamie Hofling

At the start of the 2019 Kansas legislative session the Clean Energy Business Council (CEBC), a project of the Climate + Energy Project, introduced SB 124 to remove demand charges on...

CEP Live May 14th at 2pm. Making Connections: Climate Change and Effective Communications

3 months ago | May 06, 2019

 

Have you ever wondered how to effectively communicate the impacts of climate change in your community?


Join us for the next CEP LIVE on Facebook with our special guest, Carina Barnett- Loro, Climate Advocacy Lab

Solar Education Week - Kansas Solar

3 months ago | Apr 19, 2019
As of 2018 Kansas had around 900 jobs available in the solar industry. A majority of these jobs, 627, are in installation, with the other major contributors to the total in manufacturing, wholesale or distribution, operations and maintenance. When I look at the number 896 I think: this such a small number compared to other industries. However, in looking at the solar industry as a whole it becomes easier to see the bigger picture, which shows there is vast room to grow in solar energy.

Highlights from WEALTH Day 2019

4 months ago | Mar 27, 2019

 

On March 12, 2019, Kansans from across the State joined together to learn about and advocate for Water, Energy, Air, Land, Transportation, and Health (WEALTH) policies.  

 

Attendees visited and learned from leading...

CEP Supports KCC Nominee Susan Duffy

4 months ago | Mar 24, 2019
By: Dorothy Barnett, Executive Director

The Climate + Energy Project is pleased to support Susan Duffy as Governor Kelly’s nominee for Commissioner of the Kansas Corporation Commission. As General Manager of the Topeka Metro Transit Authority, Duffy’s team created the Metro...