Webinar training on how to apply for various clean transportation funding opportunities through MEC.
So be sure to check out our YouTube channel as well. We also have dedicated playlists that will guide you through different topics, and those can find those here.
In this webinar, you will learn how you can reduce your vehicle’s emissions–no matter where you live–while saving money at the tank. The panel of experts also discusses the value of low-and mid-blend ethanol and its benefits for vehicles, emissions, and fuel costs.
Reports, studies, assessments and more
How much does the energy code matter in my town? And why is it important? This report provides an overview of the Kansas City region’s various building code policies and discusses how the efficiency of our homes and buildings impacts human health, well-being, and the economy. And with the unprecedented quantity of federal funds through the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), along with the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA, aka the BIL), there is no better time to invest in energy efficiency and update our energy codes to create a strong growth in clean energy jobs and healthy and more equitable communities
Hospital staff witnessed positive health outcomes with many of their young asthma patients whose families had enrolled in a “healthy homes” program and received healthy home information, resources and repairs. For nearly a decade, MEC administered weatherization and energy efficiency renovations that keep indoor air in and outdoor air out. This study brings data from the two entities together to compare health outcomes for patients whose homes had weatherization performed and those whose did not.
Report summarizing outreach and engagement in under-served neighborhoods of Kansas City, related to end-user needs and stakeholder interests and concerns about EVSE installations on public rights-of-way. This work entailed a multi-pronged approach that focused on collaboration and coordination with key stakeholders, while also educating the community about electric vehicles and electric vehicle charging.
The goal of Mid-America Green Fleets is to significantly improve the environmental performance of business and government fleets across the region through diesel cleanup, advanced technology, and alternative fuels. These reports highlight two completed pilot projects.
This report outlines the outcomes of listening sessions regarding how MEC and other funders can better connect and work with community based organizations. Our work under the U.S. Dept of Energy Clean Cities framework continues to evolve in ways such that we can better serve communities that are traditionally left out of project design and outcomes decision-making.
This report goes over listening sessions that were held in 2020 that were for farmers to assess the needs of distributing specialty crops. The listening sessions incorporated farmers across both Kansas and Missouri.
This study collected information on alternative fuel stations in 2015. It includes recommendations for number of stations, locations, and types along identified corridors in Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, and Iowa.
This report from 2014 provides perspective on the challenges and barriers fleet-decision makers face when considering alternative fuel adoption. The assessment includes decision makers within EPA Region 7.
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