Back in the Saddle, Again! Rachel Myslivy named CEP Assistant Director

8 months ago | Apr 18, 2017
By: Rachel Myslivy, Program Director
Over the years, I’ve talked to many people about the Climate + Energy Project.  From casual conversations to formal presentations, I usually start with the same concept, that CEP takes a practical approach to finding...

Submit Comments by Today (April 11th) for the Greatest Impact!

8 months ago | Apr 11, 2017
By: CEP Staff,
Since September of last year CEP has been informing Kansans about an energy efficiency docket (Docket #16-KCPE- 446-TAR). Throughout the process we've heard from a great number of Kansans who want to see the proposed energy efficiency...

Welcome to Kansas

9 months ago | Apr 04, 2017
By: Jay Antle, Ph.D. and CEP Board Member

Washington D.C. is starting to sound a lot like Kansas, at least politically.  While that on one hand is disheartening for those of us who have looked to the Federal government for leadership on energy and climate issues over the...

The latest news on the Kansas City Power & Light energy efficiency case

9 months ago | Mar 28, 2017
By: Dorothy Barnett, Executive Director
Last week the Kansas Corporation Commission held the hearing for Docket 16-KCPE- 446-TAR to
hear evidence from interveners in the Kansas City Power & Light (KCP&L) energy efficiency case. Despite being an intervenor in numerous cases over...

WEALTH Day at the Capitol 2017

9 months ago | Mar 22, 2017
By: Jamie Hofling

The Climate + Energy Project (CEP) partnered with community organizations and businesses from across the state to host a day of advocacy and education on water, energy, air, land, transportation and health policies in Kansas. On March...