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COMPREHENSIVE STATEWIDE ENERGY PLAN. COMPREHENSIVE STATEWIDE ENERGY PLAN. By Executive Order 14-06 Missouri Governor Jeremiah W. (Jay) Nixon declared that a comprehensive statewide energy plan should be developed. OBJECTIVE. The energy plan shall identify recommended policies to:

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COMPREHENSIVE STATEWIDE ENERGY PLAN

MISSOURI DIVISION OF ENERGY


COMPREHENSIVE STATEWIDE ENERGY PLAN

By Executive Order 14-06 Missouri Governor Jeremiah W. (Jay) Nixon declared that a comprehensive statewide energy plan should be developed.

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OBJECTIVE

The energy plan shall identify recommended policies to:

  • Meet Missouri’s short-term and long-term needs for clean, reliable, affordable, and abundant energy,

  • Encourage efficient use of energy in all sectors of the economy,

  • Foster the efficient allocation of capital among competing energy resources,

  • Spur job creation and economic growth,

  • Better align goals to promote development, security, and affordability of diverse energy sources essential to the future of Missouri’s economy, and

  • Provide a framework to ensure stable and predictable energy prices.

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TOPICS ADDRESSED BY THE PLAN

  • Electric Generation

  • Fuels and Resource Extraction

  • Energy Distribution

  • Energy Usage

  • Energy Storage

  • Energy-related Land Use

  • Energy/Water Nexus

  • Energy Pricing and Rate-setting Processes

  • Energy Security and Assurance

  • Energy Resources in Emergencies

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timeline

Working Group Meetings

Plan Completed

Public Outreach Meetings

Executive Order 14-6

Plan Development

05/31/15

02/01/15

10/01/14

11/15/14

06/18/14

10/30/11

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PUBLIC OUTREACH MEETINGS

  • Oct. 1 – St. Louis

  • Washington University

  • Eric P. Newman Education Center Auditorium

  • 1:30 p.m.

  • Oct. 9 – Fort Leonard Wood

  • Mahaffey Museum Complex

  • 1:00 p.m.

  • Oct. 14 - Joplin

  • Missouri Southern State University

  • Billingsly Student Center

  • 1:00 p.m.

  • Oct. 22 – Kansas City

  • Metropolitan Community College-Penn Valley Campus

  • Science & Technology Center

  • 1:00 p.m.

  • Oct. 23 – Maryville

  • Northwest MO State University

  • The Ballroom

  • 1:00 p.m.

Oct. 28 – Sikeston

Clinton Building Community Center

1:00 p.m.

Oct. 30 – Kirksville

Truman State University

Georgian Room B

1:00 p.m.

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Steering committee

The steering committee will assist in identifying key areas of interest, energy issues, and available information, and to provide other pertinent input.

Members from a broad spectrum of interested constituencies.

http://energy.mo.gov/energy/about/comprehensive-state-energy-plan#committee

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Meeting AGENDA

  • 1:30 PM Welcome and Introductions

  • 1:35 PM Energy Efficiency at Washington University

  • 1:50 PM Missouri’s Comprehensive State Energy Plan

  • 2:10 PM The Importance of State Energy Plans

  • 2:35 PM Energy Initiatives in Missouri Government

  • 2:45 PM Energy Efficiency in St. Louis

  • 2:55 PM Steering Committee Discussion on Energy Usage

  • 3:55 PM Break

  • 4:10 PM Public Comment Period

  • 5:30 PM Adjourn

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speakers

  • Lewis Mills, Director, Division of Energy

  • Hank Webber, Executive Vice Chancellor for Administration, Washington University

  • Melissa Savage, Senior Program Director, NASEO

  • Doug Nelson, Commissioner, Office of Administration

  • Catherine Werner, City of St. Louis

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1. ELECTRIC GENERATION

  • Fossil

    • Coal

    • Gas

  • Nuclear

    • Conventional

    • Small Modular

  • Renewables (wind, solar, biomass, hydro)

    • Utility-scale

    • Distributed Generation

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2. FUELS AND RESOURCE EXTRACTION

  • Fossil

    • Natural Gas

      • Fracking Issues

    • Coal

  • Renewable Biofuels

  • Propane

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3. ENERGY DISTRIBUTION

  • Electric Transmission

  • Electric Distribution

    • Smart Grid

    • Distributed Generation

  • Pipelines

  • Propane

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4. ENERGY USAGE

  • Energy Efficiency

    • Buildings

    • Appliances, Space Conditioning and Lighting

    • Commercial Operations

    • Industrial Operations and Manufacturing

    • Military installations

    • Agricultural

  • Demand Response

  • Transportation

    • Electric Vehicles

    • CNG, LNG and Propane

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5. ENERGY STORAGE

  • Batteries

  • V2G

  • Pumped Hydro

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6. ENERGY-RELATED LAND USE

  • Renewables

    • Wind

    • Solar

    • Biomass and Biofuels

  • Coal

    • Coal Combustion Residue

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7. ENERGY/WATER NEXUS

  • Cooling Water for Electric Generation

  • Water Use for Fuel Extraction or Manufacture

  • Barge Transportation

  • Water and Wastewater Treatment Efficiency

  • Water End-use Efficiency

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8. ENERGY PRICING AND RATE-SETTING PROCESSES

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9. ENERGY SECURITY AND ASSURANCE

  • Physical Security of Facilities

  • Cybersecurity

  • Supply Assurance

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10. ENERGY RESOURCES IN EMERGENCIES

  • Responses to Natural or Man-made Disasters

  • Resiliency

  • Microgrids

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MORE INFORMATION

  • Email Address: [email protected]

  • Phone Number: 573-751-2254

  • http://energy.mo.gov/energy/about/comprehensive-state-energy-plan

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