Posts Tagged ‘Missouri’

Southwestern Missouri utility seeks to retire coal plant early as it adds wind generation

The Empire District Electric Company, based in southwest Missouri, announced plans to retire its coal-fired Asbury Power Plant more than a decade ahead of schedule, in favor of cheaper wind power. Other utilities may pursue similar actions, depending on how the state Public Service Commission allows Empire to proceed. View full post on Wind Power […]

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

Ameren to try again for Missouri approval of new power line

An Ameren Corp. subsidiary plans to try again to get Missouri approval for a high-voltage power line after changing its route and getting consent from the last remaining counties in its 480-mile path from Iowa to Indiana. Ameren said Wednesday that it will apply later this month to the Missouri Public Service Commission to build […]

Missouri City Goes 100% Wind Power

The Energy Blog is where all topics relating to The Energy Revolution are presented. Increasingly, expensive oil, coal and global warming are causing an energy revolution by requiring fossil fuels to be supplemented by alternative energy sources and by requiring changes in lifestyle. 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

Company asks Missouri to rethink multistate power line

A Houston-based company is asking Missouri utility regulators to reconsider their rejection of a proposed high-voltage power line that was planned for a multistate wind energy project. The Kansas City Star reports that Clean Line Energy wants the Missouri Public Service Commission to rehear its application to build a $2.2 billion transmission line to carry […]

Missouri panel questions adding multistate wind energy line to Indiana

Keurig’s new system was designed to block people from brewing coffee pods from other brands, and despite an overwhelmingly negative response from consumers, the company maintained that implementing this system was a good idea. But now they’re singing a different tune. View full post on Wind Power News

Power line project raising concerns across Missouri

A plan to transport wind energy from Kansas to the east coast is raising concerns with farmers and landowners across three states. View full post on Wind Power News

Missouri Wind and Solar Charge Controller. Information for the Do it yourselfer. DIY FYI

This is the opinion by an electrical Control Engineer It appears the controller is over rated by Missouri Wind and Solar . After watching this, I have to agr…

Missouri Wind and Solar Dual PMA Power Output

Since people insist on arguing and bashing each other on my channel, all comments from this point forward must be approved. My videos are for entertainment, …