Equitable clean energy solutions ensure fair and equal access to emerging technologies in wind, solar, and energy efficiency as opportunities to save money, create jobs, and build climate resilience.

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With more sunny days than Florida, Kansas has untapped solar potential. Increased solar growth would grow the clean-energy economy, reduce utility bills, and promote grid resiliency. Climate + Energy Project and members of the Clean Energy Business Council have been leading the charge to fight against unfair policies that thwart solar adoption. Looking ahead, CEP will continue to advocate for fair energy policies that will increase access to widespread solar adoption. Don’t block the sun on Kansas! Visit our Save Kansas Solar Campaign page to learn more.

Recent Kansas Solar Energy Articles

Jonathan Scott’s Power Trip Film Screening & Guest Panel

In Power Trip, filmmaker Jonathan Scott travels the United States confronting those at the root of the issue and meets the everyday citizens fighting against a deeply entrenched, powerful system that’s waging war against the solar industry—and against the rights of...

Kansas Speaks On Evergy’s Proposed Grid Access Fee

What Happened? On November 5th, the Kansas Corporation Commission (KCC) held a virtual public hearing to get citizen input on Evergy's new rate proposal to either add $3 per kilowatt grid access fee to solar energy users, or to have a $35 minimum bill for all...

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Evergy is proposing a new electricity rate for residential solar customers, that adds a monthly grid access fee of $3.00 per kW of solar. If this isn't acceptable to the Commission, Evergy’s alternative proposal is a minimum bill of $35 for all...


Kansas leads the nation in wind energy production, and there is plenty of potential to grow. With over 40% of our total electricity produced by wind power, we’ve reduced emissions in the power sector by 40% since 2001. Research suggests that Kansas could support 200,000 more wind turbines — more than triple what Kansas has in 2021.

Energy Efficiency

 Energy efficiency is the use of less energy to provide the same or better products, services, or amenities. Increasing efficiency allows more control over energy use, lowers costs, and provides multiple benefits for households, businesses, and the environment. Using less energy reduces pollution and climate risks.

Recent Kansas Energy Efficiency Articles

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Clean energy business council

The Clean Energy Business Council (CEBC) is a network of companies and organizations working to expand opportunities for renewable energy and energy efficiency as practical solutions for economic growth.

Recent Clean Energy Business Council Articles

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