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    Thursday, August 17, 2017

    Crucial Transmission Line For Wind Denied

    Despite giving vocal support, state regulators again deny Grain Belt Express transmission line, citing court ruling

    Bryce Gray, August 17, 2017 (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

    “A multistate transmission line for wind energy from Kansas was again tripped up…by regulators in Missouri, which for years has been the only one of four states to withhold approval…Members of the state Public Service Commission acknowledged that the Grain Belt Express project planned by…developer Clean Line Energy would be ‘in the public interest’ and save electric customers in certain Missouri cities millions of dollars annually. However, the PSC determined that a recent court decision requires counties to approve the project first…That court ruling sidelined Ameren’s Mark Twain Project, a 95-mile transmission line planned for northeastern Missouri…Borrowing the same legal reasoning, the PSC’s five commissioners all voted…to deny Grain Belt Express’ application for a certificate of right of convenience or necessity, which would enable the project to use eminent domain. Four of the commissioners, however, said they would sign a concurrence to signal that the certificate would have been granted if not for the Mark Twain decision, which the state Supreme Court declined to review despite a request from the commission…” click here for more

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