CEP to host Campaign Planning Workshop with the Climate Advocacy Lab.

9 months ago | May 14, 2019
By: CEP Staff,
Join CEP for a Campaign Planning Workshop facilitated by the Climate Advocacy Lab

Save Kansas Solar Update

10 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

10 months ago | May 06, 2019

 

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


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

10 months 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.

Solar Education Week - Kansas Solar

10 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.