Support Our Missouri Application

The Grain Belt Express Clean Line will deliver low-cost, clean energy to Missouri. The project will stimulate economic development, providing Missouri with $525 million in new infrastructure investment and more than $7 million in taxes to support local schools, roads, and other public services in the first year, alone. Please join the growing number of people who support this project by filling out the form below.

Grain Belt Express will submit this letter of support to the Missouri Public Service Commission on your behalf.

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October 19, 2017 Missouri Public Service Commission 200 Madison Street, PO Box 360 Jefferson City, MO 65102- 0360 Dear Commissioners: I urge you to approve Grain Belt Express Clean Line’s application for a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity. The Grain Belt Express Clean Line is a 750-mile, direct current transmission line that will serve the public interest by creating new jobs, giving much needed tax revenue to rural communities, and providing Missourians access to low-cost, clean energy. {additional_comments} The Grain Belt Express Clean Line represents an exciting opportunity for the state of Missouri. I support the Grain Belt Express Clean Line and urge you to provide the regulatory approvals required to move the project forward. Sincerely, {first_name} {last_name} {city}, {state}
If you have any trouble submitting this form, please call the toll-free hotline at 855-665-3438 or email mprentice@cleanlineenergy.com.

Supporters of the Grain Belt Express Clean Line include:

AARP Missouri Leo O'Laughlin, Inc. Nestlé
ABB Lochmueller Group Owens Corning
Carroll County Commissioners Louis Berger PAR Electric
Center for Rural Affairs Midwest Access Solutions POWER Engineers, Inc.
Citizens Utility Board Missouri AFL-CIO Proctor & Gamble
Environmental Entrepreneurs Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry Renew Missouri
Environmental Law and Policy Center Missouri Department of Economic Development Southwire Corporation
General Cable Missouri Industrial Energy Consumers St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay
General Electric Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission St. Louis NAACP
General Motors Missouri Municipal League Sterling Crane and Access Mats
Hancock Carriers, Inc. Missouri Retailers Association Target
Hubbell Power Systems Missouri Sierra Club Unilever
Infinity Wind Missouri State Conference of Electrical Workers Wind Coalition
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers – 11th district Missouri Valley Line Constructors Chapter, National Electrical Contractors Association Wind on the Wires
Kellogg's Natural Resources Defense Council