Missouri expected to lead Midwest in clean energy job growth

Missouri had 52,479 clean energy jobs in 2015, leading the Midwest in energy storage jobs. Missouri is expected to have the highest growth in clean energy jobs in 2016 of any ... Read More

Ground broken for Rolla solar farm

Solar energy farm currently under construction at the Hy Point Industrial Park in Rolla could provide enough energy to be consumed by about 300 to 350 average size homes annually when ... Read More

Another Great Year for Missouri: 58 expansions, 5,700 new jobs and $473M investment

Among the headlines for this week’s development news: 2015 was another great year for Missouri, State’s general revenue report shows growing economy, Automotive sector helping drive state’s economy, Missouri’s graduation rate ... Read More

$120 million manure-to-energy project underway in Missouri

The project is providing $120 million in new work for Missouri supply chain, manufacturing, and construction companies and their employees. Roeslein Alternative Energy announced the turnkey facility to create and inject ... Read More

Missouri teams score 5th, 8th in national energy competition

Two Missouri teams competed in the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon. Collegiate teams design, build and operate solar-powered houses that are cost-effective and attractive. Missouri S&T placed 5th in the ... Read More

Enbridge to invest $23 million, create jobs to upgrade Missouri pipeline

Gov. Nixon met with leading executives of Edmonton-based Enbridge Inc. during a trade mission to Alberta, Canada earlier this year. Gov. Jay Nixon today announced that Enbridge Inc. will invest approximately ... Read More

Electric-truck maker Orange EV is expanding in Riverside

Orange EV, the Riverside startup that makes electric-driven terminal trucks, is on the move again and adding to its staff and financial backing. The company is filling the first orders for ... Read More

Missouri among fastest-growing solar markets

Missouri ranks as the 11th fastest-growing state for solar photovoltaics (PV) installations, according to an annual report published by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA). The state installed 73 megawatts (MW) ... Read More

Columbia exceeds renewable energy goal for 2014

The Columbia Water and Light Department generated 7.22 percent of its energy for utility customers using renewable sources, exceeding the 5 percent goal for 2014 and nearly halfway to the 15 ... Read More

Two Missouri cities consider solar energy farms

Two cities near Kansas City are considering making more use of solar energy, a trend that energy industry experts say is growing in the Midwest as costs to install facilities decline. ... Read More