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MECs Annual Reception to be “jazzed” up this year
Metropolitan Energy Center is adding a more musical touch to its annual reception this year. They’ll be doing their celebration in The Blue Room. “I guess you can say we’ve jazzed it up,” said Warren Adams-Leavitt, the Energy Center’s Executive Director. Once a year MEC, the non-profit dedicated to educating […]Continue Reading
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Because of its NOx emissions cheating, Volkswagen is being held responsible for both recalling diesel vehicles that have violated US emissions standards and paying penalties issued by the EPA. Penalty funds will be used to increase investments in zero emission vehicle (ZEV) deployments and projects that offset the NOx emissions […]Continue Reading
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Over the past few years, Metropolitan Energy Center has partnered with other institutions and companies — such as Kansas City Kansas Community College, the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences and OAI (Opportunity Advancement Innovation) — to aid the unemployed and under-employed to find a job and begin a career. […]Continue Reading
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Thank you, Kansas City! We reached our $10,000 crowdfunding goal!
After two months of crowdfunding, we were able to reach our goal to re-open Project Living Proof. A special thank you to Posty Cards for their additional $500 donation (total $1,000 donation)that put us over our $10,000 goal. In total, we were able to raise $10,575 that will be used […]Continue Reading