CEP in the News

Law Prof analyzes corporate pledges for 100% renewable energy

1 year ago | Oct 08, 2019
CEP Board Member Uma Outka, William R. Scott Research Professor at the KU School of Law, said corporations are driving new development of renewable energy. Her article, published in the Utah Law Review, examines that growth and takes an early look at how state policies are influencing the development.

Wind powering more energy and jobs in Kansas

1 year ago | Aug 13, 2019
This is American Wind Week and it’s important to note the progress that has been made on that front in Kansas.

Food and farms in years to come the topic of discussion at recent town hall

2 years ago | Jul 09, 2019
Myslivy said she hoped to convey a message of hope in the face of the adversity currently facing local producers.

Kansas Solar Users Still Waiting For Evergy To Live Up To Rate Deal

2 years ago | May 15, 2019
 "This process is much slower than we had hoped,” Climate and Energy Project executive director Dorothy Barnett said. Her group, which advocates for the use of renewable energy and energy efficiency, was one of several that pushed Evergy...

K-State group Joins WEALTH Day to connect Kansans with legislators, advocacy organizations

2 years ago | Apr 25, 2019
Members from K-State's "Hungry Heartland: A Multimedia Food Desert Story" team joined the Climate + Energy Project, or CEP, along with other partnering community organizations and businesses from across the state, to host a day of advocacy and education.