Grain Belt Express

Missouri

Grain Belt in Missouri

The Missouri portion of the Grain Belt Express route is approximately 200 miles across eight counties.

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Grain Belt Express is a public utility in Missouri. The Missouri Public Service Commission (MPSC) voted unanimously to grant Grain Belt Express a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity (CCN) in March 2019, after a five-year public review process. Under the CCN the final route in Missouri is approved and the project is found to be in the public interest of the state of Missouri and its residents. View the 2011 Order.

Grain Belt already has a long-term transmission service agreement with the Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission (MJMEUC) that will provide clean energy and $12.8 million in annual energy savings for 39 municipal utilities across Missouri.


How Missouri Benefits

$500M in project infrastructure investment

$35M in landowner payments

$7M in property tax revenue in first year of operations

$12.8M in annual energy savings for 39 municipal utilities across Missouri

2019 MPSC granted Certificate of Convenience and Necessity

1,500 jobs per year during 3-year construction period

Opportunity to expand rural broadband for communities along the line route

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The Grain Belt Express will provide numerous benefits to the state and counties of Missouri. Tell us why you're in support of the Grain Belt Express!