Energy Management Project No. 3 (EMP3) was officially created in 2012 by a set of agreements between KMEA and 10 member cities: Burlingame, Chapman, Girard, Holton, Horton, Neodesha, Osage City, Seneca, Sterling and Wamego.

The EMP3 Project began delivering electricity to the first participating city in May, 2013, with four additional cities receiving power by the end of 2013.  The remaining five cities received power starting in April, 2014. Most recently, the group has voted to include the member cities of Jetmore and Altamont, Kansas in 2015, and Kiowa, Kansas in 2016.

Participating Cities

Altamont

Burlingame

Chapman

Girard

Holton

Horton

Jetmore

Kiowa

Neodesha

Osage City

Seneca

Sterling

Wamego

EMP 3 City Representatives and Alternates

Chairman: Taggart Wall
Vice-Chairman: Lou Leone
Secretary: Paula Campbell

  • CITY
  • Altamont
  • Burlingame
  • Chapman
  • Girard
  • Holton
  • Horton
  • Jetmore
  • Kiowa
  • Neodesha
  • Osage City
  • Seneca
  • Sterling
  • Wamego
  • REPRESENTATIVE
  • Lizabeth Finley
  • Wes Colson
  • John Dudte
  • Chris Weiner
  • Kerwin McKee
  • Tim Lentz
  • Michael Ort
  • Lou Leone
  • Ed Truelove
  • Joey Lamond
  • Matt Rehder
  • Taggart Wall
  • Merl Page
  • ALTERNATE
  • Peggy Ybarra
  • Gerald Britschge
  • Bobby Kamm
  • Chris Franklin
  • Ira Harrison
  • Wade Edwards
  • Brian Beil
  • Marlo Rugg
  • Brandon Hearn
  • Rod Willis
  • Bruce Deters
  • David Fankhauser
  • Wamego