Grain Belt electric transmission line wins MO regulatory approval

Following eight years of setbacks, the new owner of Grain Belt Express Clean Line won unanimous approval from the Missouri Public Service Commission to build a power transmission line across northern Missouri.

Grain Belt Express has proposed a $2.35 billion, 780-mile transmission
line project connecting wind farms in Eastern Kansas to the power grid of the
eastern United States. The transmission line would cross Missouri, Illinois and
Indiana. The project must still clear regulatory hurdles in Illinois.

In Missouri, the project still needs the approval of
commissioners of the . . .

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