Join members of the Clean Energy Business Council, legislators, and clean energy experts for an in-depth afternoon discussing the state's energy future, how neighboring states compare to Kansas, and ways we can ensure fair electricity rates and access to energy efficiency programs and emerging technologies.
Starting early April 2021, university and high school students across the planet, along with civil society, faith organizations and businesses, will tune into 100 events in fifty countries to discuss regional climate solutions, energy justice, and a Green Recovery. This global event is organized by Bard College and its many partners. On Wednesday, April 7 […]
October is annually designated as National Energy Awareness Month. The U.S. Department of Energy (US DOE) participates annually with the intent to draw attention to our nation’s electrical grid system and “to highlight the importance of energy to our national prosperity and security.” As the US DOE states, “Energy, our most critical infrastructure, is all but […]