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KCC grants Grain Belt Express siting permit

Permit contingent upon line siting approval in three other states

TOPEKA – Thursday, the Kansas Corporation Commission approved an order granting a siting permit to Grain Belt Express Clean Line LLC to construct the Kansas portion of a 600 kV high voltage direct current  transmission line, and an HVDC converter station and associated transmission facilities.
The line begins in Ford County crosses 13 Kansas counties to the Kansas, Missouri border, and delivers wind energy from southwest Kansas to a point near Sullivan County, Indiana. The Kansas portion of the line is approximately 370 miles.
A portion of the project, being developed by Houston, Texas,-based Clean Line Energy Partners, passes through ...

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