The Central Kansas Clean Cities Coalition is working with the U.S. Department of Energy’s Clean Cities program to become designated in the state of Kansas, west of Topeka and south of Miami County. The coalition is based in Wichita, KS, where coordinator Dave Johnson maintains his office, making occasional trips to MEC’s Kansas City home office. Dave has been around the Clean Cities family for a number of years and is active in the Wichita Air Quality Task Force and the Midwest CNG Coalition.
Our Advisory Board
The Central Kansas Coalition is guided by an Advisory Board: Tim Hess, Black Hills Energy; Brian Meier, Burns & McDonnell; Michael Coburn, Westar Energy; Dennis Hupe, Kansas Soybean Commission; Dennis Brown, Kansas Gas Service; John Schlegel, Wichita Area Metropolitan Planning Organization; Kelly Gilbert, Metropolitan Energy Center; Kay Johnson, Prosoco; Alan Martin, Propane Central; and Warren Adams-Leavitt, Metropolitan Energy Center. Together, we look forward to bringing the Clean Cities national network of support and resources to assist member businesses and organizations across South, Central, and Western Kansas.
We encourage you to join the following generous members and sponsors in the formation of Central Kansas Clean Cities. To do so, contact Shawn directly. You can also keep up-to-date on what we are involved in by following us on Twitter and liking our Facebook page below.
The Central Kansas Clean Cities Coalition recently held a webinar entitled Shape Our Future on October 30th, 2015. The purpose of the webinar was to hear any input and feed back regarding the designation draft from our board members and stakeholders in order to better serve the state of Kansas for the next 3-4 years. You can view the document before it is sent to the U.S. Department of Energy by following the link below. If you would like to listen to the recording of the Shape Our Future Meeting please follow the link to the recording shown below. We will be taking comments and suggestions about the draft up to November 15th. After the 15th, the draft will be submitted to the U.S. Department of Energy.
To view the Central Kansas Clean Cities Designation Draft, Click Here
To listen to the Shape our Future Meeting, Click Here
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