Missouri regulators’ approval of the transmission project puts Kansas in a position for significant wind development.
The participation rate for privately owned buildings lags the city’s expectations and the rates for other regional cities.
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.
The Missouri Public Service Commission on Wednesday issued a ruling allowing Missouri’s largest utility to spend $4.4 million to develop charging stations along highways in and around St. Louis.
The Pay As You Save program puts energy efficiency projects within reach for renters and lower-income customers.