A Missouri landowners group says the transmission line developers don’t meet the definition of a public utility.
Missouri regulators’ approval of the transmission project puts Kansas in a position for significant wind development.
After twice rejecting a 780-mile transmission project to move wind energy from Kansas to the eastern United States, Missouri regulators are signaling they’re ready to approve the $2.5 billion project.
Clean Line Energy Partners has sold or abandoned all of its active projects, leaving questions about the company’s status.
Officials in two Missouri counties said they plan to deny permits to the Grain Belt Express transmission project despite a state Supreme Court ruling last month that limited their authority to do so.