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Ameren Missouri files for permission to build Huck Finn solar array

Ameren Missouri files for permission to build Huck Finn solar array

1 month ago by Scott Hardy

Would be built in Ralls & Audrain counties and be running by 2024 if approved by MO PSC

The Missouri Public Service Commission says that Ameren Missouri has formally asked them for permission to build its' largest solar array ever in Northeast Missouri.

The PSC said Thursday that Ameren Missouri has filed an application to allow them to build and run the Huck Finn Solar Project in Ralls and Audrain counties. That would be a 200 megawatt solar generation facility that would be built by EDF Renewables Development, and then turned over to Ameren Missouri. The project is expected to create over 250 construction jobs, and generate more than $14 million in revenue for communities in both Ralls and Audrain counties. Ameren estimates that, once approval is granted, the solar project should be up and running by late 2024, and would have the capacity to power nearly 40,000 homes in the region

The PSC says that applications to intervene and take part in the case must be filed no later than August 4th.

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