The Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce has had a unique partnership with the City Energy Project (CEP) over the last two years. The CEP is a national initiative to create healthier and more prosperous American cities by improving the energy efficiency of large buildings. Working in partnership with both the CEP and the City of KCMO, the KC Chamber supports innovative, practical solutions that cut energy waste, boost the local economy, reduce harmful pollution, and keep Kansas City a leading city in the Heartland.
As part of that effort, we’re excited to showcase several KC Chamber members’ buildings and their energy efficiency projects. We’re proud of our many members’ efforts to promote higher energy efficiency and sustainability standards and are eager to help other members with similar efforts.
Hallmark Cards – Meeting and Exceeding Energy Goals
JE Dunn Construction Company Headquarters – Built to Last
Cold Storage Lofts Building – Energy Efficiency Apartment Living Downtown
Would you like to help us put together a case study of your building? We’d love to hear from you. Contact Cathy Bennet with our Energy Initiative: (816) 374-5412 or email

The Chamber’s Energy and Environment Committee had a full house for a robust dialogue on the pros and cons of Hydraulic Fracking during its February 28, 2017 meeting. The group also had a presentation on possible federal policy and regulatory changes under the new administration.

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At their December 2015 meeting, the Chamber’s Environment, Energy & Sustainability Initiative Committee members heard a fascinating presentation followed by a robust discussion of KCP&L’s Clean Charge Network for electric vehicles (EVs). Chuck Caisley, VP of Marketing & Public Affairs for KCP&L informed the committee about the importance and future of EVs, and why Kansas City is poised to become the “best place to own an electric car” in the U.S.

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