2017 Business Energy Trends

8 months ago | Jan 17, 2017
By: Olga Khakova

In 2015, commercial and industrial buyers accounted for more than half of all signed wind energy power purchase agreements (PPAs), exceeding utilities-signed PPAs. This trend showcases how the private sector chooses to fuel business...

Will you help make energy efficiency a priority in Kansas?

8 months ago | Jan 11, 2017
By: CEP Staff,
The Kansas Corporation Commission's (KCC) hearing on KCPL's energy efficiency program docket is coming up this spring. We're writing to urge everyone who attended a roundtable discussion on the topic of energy efficiency in Kansas to...

A Clean Energy Kick Off for 2017

9 months ago | Jan 10, 2017
By: Dorothy Barnett, Executive Director

The news from Washington continues to be unsettling for clean energy and the environment; Trump’s EPA pick, Scott Pruitt, has been a longtime opponent of federal environmental regulations and a vocal climate sceptic.  Secretary of State...

Climate + Energy Project’s approach in action

9 months ago | Dec 20, 2016

We are taking a unique spin on this week’s blog to highlight a video from 6 years ago that showcases Climate + Energy Project’s approach in action.

In 2010, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) electricity-market, policy...

Energy Efficiency in Kansas: There’s Still Time

9 months ago | Dec 13, 2016
By: Jamie Hofling

by Jamie Hofling


Kansas is ripe with potential for promoting energy efficiency. In a recently released report conducted by the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) out of 51 states Kansas ranks #48 (4th to last...