The cities of Ashland, Beloit, Hoisington, Lincoln Center, Osborne, Pratt, Russell, Sharon Springs, Stockton, and Washington saw the potential for achieving substantial benefits for their municipal electric customers through the following actions: coordinating an interconnected electric system under a central dispatching center; sharing capacity and exchanging electricity; and by jointly planning new electric power supplies.

By enacting Energy Management Project No. 2 (EMP 2), these cities built a project governing structure, established common reliability and metering standards, and set rules for sharing and exchanging power resources and determining project power supply pricing. The project began delivering electricity on November 1, 2007 and in 2014 included the member cities of Meade and Garden City, Kansas.

Participating Cities

Anthony
Ashland
Beloit
Garden City
Hoisington
Lincoln
Meade
Osborne
Pratt
Russell
Sharon Springs
Stockton
Washington

EMP2 City Representatives and Alternates

Chairman: Manny Milbers
Vice-Chairman: Cliff Sonenberg
Secretary: Paula Campbell

  • CITY
  • Anthony
  • Ashland
  • Beloit
  • Garden City
  • Hoisington
  • Lincoln Center
  • Meade
  • Osborne
  • Pratt
  • Russell
  • Sharon Springs
  • Stockton
  • Washington
  • REPRESENTATIVE
  • Amber Kummer
  • Doug Graff
  • Manny Milbers
  • Mike Muirhead
  • Jonathan Mitchell
  • Jesse Meyer
  • Dean Cordes
  • Scott Nuzum
  • Kenny Kreutzer
  • Duane Banks
  • Patsy Miller
  • Jeff Scott
  • Rick Applegarth
  • ALTERNATE
  • Larry Berry
  • Richard Foster
  • Jason Rabe
  • Cliff Sonnenberg
  • Barney Kruse
  • Jeff Ahring
  • Jeff Mather
  • Marvin McCormick
  • Jamie Huber
  • Jon Quinday
  • Brad Hatfield
  • Kim Thomas
  • Carl Chalfant