MEC is committed to energy efficiency education in our community. Our staff has done hundreds of presentations and classes over the years to community organizations, neighborhood and business associations, local governments, and at various events throughout
3810 Paseo Blvd, Kansas City, MO 64109
9 am – 5 pm Monday through Friday
Project Living Proof (PLP)
917 Emmanuel Cleaver Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64110
Hours by appointment.
Contact David Albrecht
Did you know Project Living Proof demonstrates ways to keep
your house secure in the advent of a tornado? Here are video
excerpts shot from PLP by KMBC Channel 9 as they ask experts
“how can I tornado-proof my home” in the aftermath of the
Joplin tornado of 2011.
MEC Interns tell their story
If you’re interested in helping to ‘green’ our world, you’re like many others that MEC has hired to help make the world a better place.
What did they think of their time at MEC? We’ll let them tell you.
Emily DeVore | Kanishka Singh | Lara Schanzer |
Through the years, Clean Cities has pushed alternative fuels in cities and communities. Here are a few of those stories.
MEC – Invested in energy challenges
Whether nationally or regionally, whatever energy efficient challenges the world is facing, MEC tries to see it from a local level. Recently, current Cornell grad student (and former MEC intern) Kanishka Singh took a look at energy’s changing conversation. Here are a few of his opinionated stories.
- Is Missouri ready for disaster?
- State of Green
- De-inventing the wheel: The future of high speed transportation
- Intention and action or what the latest Kansas City Greenhouse inventory tells us about them.
- Environmental impact files: KC downtown streetcar