Two competing companies have reached a deal to share the building of high-voltage power lines from Wichita to Dodge City, Kan.  Kansas Gov. Mark Parkinson said Monday that the settlement cleared the way for the project, worth up to $800 million, to proceed.

Today, delivery of wind energy is cobbled together with various lower-voltage power lines that limit the number of new turbine farms in a state seen as the nation’s third-best wind location.  Read Article.