Posts Tagged ‘Grain’

Grain Belt Wind Line files Appeal with Missouri Supreme Court

Rejected by Missouri utility regulators, officials with a $2 billion wind-power transmission project are appealing to the state's highest court for help. The Grain Belt Express Clean Line project was shot down in August by the Missouri Public Service Commission. View full post on Wind Power News

Answer Man: Rochester, home to three small grain bins

The Answer Man received this postcard from a guest at a local hotel. Does this look like Rochester to you? Dear Answer Man, I'm sending you this postcard from a Rochester hotel because I know you'll think it's funny. View full post on Wind Power News

Grain Belt Express hits dead end with Missouri Public Service Commission

In a 3-1 vote, the Missouri Public Service Commission denied a rehearing to reexamine if the multi-state wind-power project should be granted a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity . View full post on Wind Power News

Promise of cheaper wind power drives Grain Belt Express power line

A 750-mile interstate power line promises to deliver wind-generated electricity to Columbia at nearly half the price the city now pays. But the savings cannot be certain until the line is built and contracts are proposed. View full post on Wind Power News

Sierra Club endorses Grain Belt transmission line

The Missouri Chapter of the Sierra Club is endorsing a plan for a wind energy transmission line across the state, saying it would reduce the state’s dependence on coal. The Grain Belt Express high-voltage transmission line would run across Buchanan, Clinton, Caldwell, Carroll, Chariton, Randolph, Monroe and Ralls counties in Missouri, with a converter station […]