The Wichita U.S. Courthouse wins the 2013 Better Buildings Federal Award by cutting energy intensity 20 percent through no-cost and low-cost measures.
A recently proposed a bill would outlaw the use of Kansas taxpayer dollars for anything that could be construed as sustainable development.
Upon a second review, the Kansas House Energy and Environment Committee voted 10-9 to table a bill which would have repealed the 20 percent target of the RPS.
The Buckeye State is among a few Midwestern battlegrounds where lawmakers associated with a conservative policy group are working to freeze, repeal, or otherwise weaken renewable energy policies.
The U.S. needs more advanced biofuels under its renewable fuel standard, and the EPA says grain sorghum, under certain circumstances, can fill the bill as a feedstock.
Want to ride out the apocalypse in a former missile silo equipped with off-grid power, fresh food and air, and even a Jacuzzi? You’ll have to get in line.
The 200-megawatt Caney River Wind Farm in Elk County, Kansas, will power 70,000 homes, and provide funding to protect the state’s tallgrass prairie habitat.
A peer-reviewed study by the Nature Conservancy’s Kansas chapter says that with thoughtful siting and some mitigation, wind power and wildlife can coexist.
Siemens, which already manufactures nacelles in Kansas, has now opened a big wind-energy storage and distribution center in the state.
See Eudora High School in Kansas put up a wind turbine in just over three minutes, thanks to the miracle of time-lapse video.