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Media Alert: 2019 WEALTH Day Convenes Organizations, Advocates and Legislators around Climate Topics

9 months ago | Mar 08, 2019
By: Dorothy Barnett, Executive Director
Kansas WEALTH Day of Education and Advocacy will bring together organizations, advocates, and legislators to connect on Water, Energy, Air, Land, Transportation, and Health - Kansas WEALTH.

Clean Energy Business Council Introduces the Kansas Energy Fairness Act

10 months ago | Feb 08, 2019
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Clean Energy Business Council Introduces the Kansas Energy Fairness Act

Bipartisan support for the bill to prevent the KCC from imposing demand charges on wind and solar users

Jessica Lucas | CEBC
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ANNOUNCING THE 2018 CLIMATE + ENERGY AWARD WINNERS

1 year ago | Dec 04, 2018
By: CEP Staff,
The Climate + Energy Project honors Larry Erickson, Bob Eye,
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<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>Elina Alterman, Project RALLY, Scott White, and Gary Anderson

Climate and Energy Project and Cloud County Community College Co-Host a Renewable Energy Workshop and Film screening in Concordia.

1 year ago | Oct 26, 2018
The Climate and Energy Project (CEP) is joining with the Cloud County Community College Renewable Energy Department to host two events focused on renewable energy and environmental sustainability. CEP, on November 14, will present a workshop and film screening to highlight how renewable energy development in Kansas, specifically in solar energy, provides jobs, improves the economy and reduces greenhouse gas emissions. The events will be at the Concordia High School Vocational Tech Buildi

Climate and Energy Project to host renewable energy workshop, film screening in Pittsburg City Press Releases October 23, 2018

1 year ago | Oct 23, 2018
The Climate and Energy Project (CEP) has joined with the City of Pittsburg and Pittsburg State University to host two events focused on renewable energy and environmental sustainability. Tuesday, October 30, CEP will present a workshop and film screening to highlight how renewable energy development in Kansas – specifically solar energy – provides jobs, improves the economy, and reduces greenhouse gas emissions, creating a healthier, more resilient state.