Here it is again, this time in the Topeka Capital-Journal.
The photo tells its own story.
And here's a quote that may come as a surprise to MISO and PJM:
"Developer Clean Line Energy estimated it would spend more than $900 million on the Kansas portion of the project, which would be recovered from the end users in Indiana and possibly farther east."
That's interesting, considering this project has not been approved for cost allocation in any regional planning process and has been sold to the permitting states as a merchant transmission project. Who's going to pay for billions of dollars worth of Clean Line's transmission projects?