Grain Belt Express


Grain Belt in Kansas

The Kansas portion of the Grain Belt Express route is approximately 380 miles.

Invenergy Kansas Map

In 2011, the Kansas Corporation Commission (KCC) certified Grain Belt Express as a transmission-only public utility. View the 2011 Order. In 2013 it unanimously approved the route and granted Grain Belt Express a permit to construct the approximately 380-mile Kansas portion of the project. View the 2013 Order.

How Kansas Benefits

Up to 4,000 MW of energy transmission and associated new generation projects in Kansas, a combined investment of approximately $8 billion

Increased tax and other revenue to each county that hosts the line benefiting schools, roads, and other public services

$35M+ in landowner payments

Thousands of new construction jobs

2011 KCC certification as transmission-only public utility

Opportunity to expand rural broadband for communities along the line route

Show Your Support

The Grain Belt Express will provide numerous benefits to the state and counties of Kansas. Tell us why you're in support of the Grain Belt Express!