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Clean Line Energy’s bid to gain public utility status in Missouri could soon be voted down.
Representatives from both sides of the polarizing debate have responded after a majority of the Missouri Public Services Commission indicated last Tuesday, June 2, they would not be voting in favor of the application. Tuesday’s discussion wasn’t the official vote. A regulatory judge will need to draft an order which would later be voted on by the commission.
The Grain Belt Express Clean Line is a proposed direct current, 780-mile overhead line intended to carry wind-generated energy in Kansas through Missouri into Illinois and points east. A little more than 200 miles of the line would coming through Missouri, including a segment here in Clinton County.
Clean Line Energy Partners voiced their disappointment in a press release that same day.
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