KMEA will remain steadfast in our ongoing commitment of adding value and helping our members navigate the rapidly evolving and complex industry. Our Agency will be actively engaged and responsive to our members’ short-term, intermediate, and long-term energy needs with innovative solutions. KMEA will be at the forefront of emerging industry developments that could adversely or positively impact our members, whether market driven, regulatory, or technological.
KMEA will be agile, as member needs and market trends dictate, and every employee will bring their drive and expertise to maximize the value we provide our members. We will maintain a member-centric approach; one of continuous improvement, so that we remain the energy solution provider of choice.
KMEA can help you with energy market solutions, customized portfolios, financial management, compliance, transmission, equipment loan program and credit scoring.
KMEA has more than 70 member cities across the state of Kansas. A city that joins KMEA becomes an owner as well as a member. Each full member city exercises its ownership with an equal vote on the Board of Directors. A separate committee of the Board of Directors, carries on the day-to-day activities of the Agency.
KMEA actively seeks other power marketing arrangements where KMEA can match member cities’ short-term needs. With the joint action approach, KMEA members expect to benefit from a larger market presence and from a broader range of supply options from which the cities can choose.
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