The recent 2016 Kansas Energy Conference had a successful showing with 195 attendees and 51 exhibitors. The event focused on the latest developments in the renewable energy sector.
This year’s Energy Conference general session speakers included:
• Martin Rosenberg, Editor, The Energy Times o Commitments to Sustainability• Scott Rooks, Division Facility Engineering Manager – Dillon’s Storeso What’s emerging at a local, state and federal level. • Chris Allen, Office of U.S. Senator Pat Roberts• Jeff McClanahan, Kansas Corporation Commission • Chris Sewell, City of Wichita
Breakout sessions were also offered in public sustainability programs, wind, solar, green energy opportunities, renewable energy storage and oil & gas. The following are sponsors and exhibitors from this year's Kansas Energy Conference.
2016 SPONSORS & EXHIBITORSThe Kansas Department of Commerce, APEX Clean Energy, LED2 Lighting, Burns & McDonnell, Metropolian Energy Center, Cromwell Solar, Midwest Energy, Ecology & Environment, Inc., Polsinelli PC, EDP Renewables Systems, Sevo Systems & Phoenix Fire, Foley Equipment College, Seward County Community, Grain Belt Express Clean Line Co., Stanion Wholesale Electric, ITC Great Plains, Tradewind Energy, KCP&L, United Wind, Inc., U.S. Small Business Administration, Kansas Corn Commission, Kansas Corporation Commission, Visit Wichita, Western Area Power Administration, Westar Energy, Wichita State University, Knipp Services, Kansas Soybean Commission, Kansas Electric Power Cooperative, Inc., and Wilson & Company.