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. The group has added the member cities of Jetmore and Altamont in 2015, Kiowa in 2016, Arma, Chetopa and Lindsborg in 2018 and the cities of Blue Mound, Moran and LaHarpe in 2019.

Participating Cities

Altamont
Arma
Blue Mound
Burlingame
Chapman
Chetopa
Girard
Holton
Horton
Jetmore
Kiowa
LaHarpe
Lindsborg
Moran
Neodesha
Osage City
Seneca
Sterling
Wamego

EMP 3 City Representatives and Alternates

Chairman: Lucas Neece
Vice-Chairman: Branden Dross
Secretary: KMEA Staff

  • CITY
  • Altamont
  • Arma
  • Blue Mound
  • Burlingame
  • Chapman
  • Chetopa
  • Girard
  • Herington
  • Holton
  • Horton
  • Jetmore
  • Kiowa
  • LaHarpe
  • Lindsborg
  • Moran
  • Moundridge
  • Neodesha
  • Osage City
  • Seneca
  • Sterling
  • Wamego
  • REPRESENTATIVE
  • LeaAnn Myers
  • Rob Lessen
  • Max Krull
  • Les Holman
  • Mark Campbell
  • Tammy Bushong
  • Cliff Scales
  • Branden Dross
  • Kerwin McKee
  • Josh Haverkamp
  • Michael Ort
  • Kiowa
  • Sharlyn Thompson
  • Greg DuMars
  • James Mueller
  • Kevin Schmidt
  • Ed Truelove
  • Osage City
  • Tami Haverkamp
  • Craig Crossette
  • Stacie Eichem
  • ALTERNATE
  • Brad Myers
  • Dick Cleland
  • Donnie Rhynerson
  • Gerald Britschge
  • Liz Berg
  • Debbie Darnell
  • Johanna O’Brien
  • David Kahle
  • Ira Harrison
  • Wade Edwards
  • Brian Beil
  • Kiowa
  • Ella Mae Crowell and Ron Knavel
  • Lucas Neece
  • Jerry Wallis
  • Murray McGee
  • Brandon Hearn
  • Rod Willis
  • Bruce Deters
  • David Fankhauser
  • Casey Frisbie