About Us

The Kansas Energy program is housed within K-State Engineering Extension and provides energy education, grant information, and technical assistance to Kansas small businesses, K-12 educators, and governmental entities. Through these services, our goal is to encourage the development and implementation of energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. 

Mission and history

Through a partnership with the Kansas Corporation Commission (KCC) and primarily funded through a Department of Energy grant, the Kansas Energy Program provides energy education and assistance to small businesses, K-12 educators, and Kansas organizations and residents.  

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Staff

The Kansas Energy Program currently has three primary staff members. To read more about them, click on the "More Info" button below.

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Partners

K-State Engineering Extension is a 100% grant-funded organization, receiving no state funds through Kansas State University. Because of this, the Kansas Energy Program relies on key strategic and funding partners.

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Our results

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Our facilities

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