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  • Tuesday, June 13, 2017

    Show-Me-State Sees How Good Wind Can Be

    Columbia to purchase city's cheapest wind energy contract yet

    Soo Rin Kim, June 6, 2017 (The Missourian)

    “…[The Columbia, Missouri, City Council unanimously approved a] contract with the Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission to purchase up to 35 megawatts of wind energy beginning in 2021…The estimated total cost of the project in the first year is $3 million…The price is expected to rise 2 percent every year...[Iron Star Wind Project] will generate the wind power and use the Grain Belt Express Clean Line to transmit the energy from western Kansas, where wind power can be produced at one of the lowest costs in the country…In 2016, Columbia bought wind energy from Crystal Lake Wind Farm in Iowa for $45.96 per megawatt-hour and from Bluegrass Ridge Wind Farm in northwestern Missouri for $68.69 per megawatt-hour…” click here for more

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