Metropolitan Energy Center is a non-profit that strives to be a catalyst for energy efficiency, economic development and environmental vitality in America's Heartland.


Building Performance

Help make your home more energy efficient. Call 816-531-7283.

MEC Expands Partnership with Liberty Utilities

Recently Metropolitan Energy Center and Liberty Utilities discussed how they might expand the The Energize Liberty Utilities Homes program. This provides up to $5,000 in rebates to cover the cost of a home energy audit and energy saving improvements in the Mid-western, Northeastern and Southeastern regions of Missouri. Homeowners in […]

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New HPwES Guidance Document for Windows and Doors

Analyst and contractors should be aware of the new standards for qualified Midwest HPwES Program rebates that are submitted for windows and doors. The attached guidance document will help analyst and contractors understand and know what qualifies as an approved window and door. Click this link for more: HPwES-Window-Door-Guidance-14-02-13

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New HPwES Program Requirements

In an effort to streamline the HPwES process, certain program requirements have changed. Read the HPwES-Program-Submittal-Requirements-Guide.

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ReclaimKC is on the horizon

Metropolitan Energy Center is in the business of helping you get good wood. What are we talking about? Be checking in this space for much more in the near future.

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Clean Transportation

Reducing energy consumption includes fossil fuels. Help us to reduce air pollution, strengthen your local economy, and curb our dependence on carbons.

Clean Cities Test Drives Orange EV’s T-Series

Bottom line: you pay more up front BUT start saving immediately, rapidly payback the incremental investment, and continue to save thereafter.  Total cost of ownership is greatly reduced AND of course its without a tailpipe / emissions!   Orange EV’s T-Series has been conducting demonstrations at customer sites since January […]

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Lee’s Summit Schools Installs First CNG Powered Coolant Heater

Fuel operated coolant heaters are being used by many school districts throughout Kansas and Missouri for idle reduction, to ensure buses will start on cold days and contribute to the safety and comfort of students on the bus.  The majority of these heaters use diesel fuel, and until recently, fleets […]

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Next Stakeholder Meeting

The next stakeholder meeting will be on June 27th Please Register Here

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Mid-America Alternative Fuel Codes Summit

As businesses and governments build out new technologies for energy production and alternative fuels, a thorough understanding of regulations and local, state and national safety codes will be essential to the success of any alternative fuel project. Even now, what should be done, what must be done and what can […]

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Training Center

Want to be a Home Energy Analyst? Now is the time. MEC is continuously offering dual-track training. If you're ready to improve your skills, contact Rachel Gayle at 816-285-3059(o).

Mid-America Alternative Fuel Codes Summit

As businesses and governments build out new technologies for energy production and alternative fuels, a thorough understanding of regulations and local, state and national safety codes will be essential to the success of any alternative fuel project. Even now, what should be done, what must be done and what can […]

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Sign up for free career training!

The MEC, KCKCC and OAI, Inc., partnership was a great success for the 2013/2014 training classes. They are looking forward to new programs that will be offered in the future. We will keep you posted as plans are made.

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ReclaimKC is on the horizon

Metropolitan Energy Center is in the business of helping you get good wood. What are we talking about? Be checking in this space for much more in the near future.

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Environmental Workforce Development Training

MEC is now accepting applications for a free 6-week training program in Environmental Remediation. If interested, contact Rachel Gayle at 816-285-3059 or email her at rachel@kcenergy.org.

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Demonstration Home

PLP's kitchen is not only beautiful but it also features some of the most efficient appliances available today.


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