JEFFERSON CITY, MO, SEPT 23, 2022 – Missouri Governor Michael Parson signed a proclamation declaring Sept. 26-30, 2022, as Clean Energy Week in Missouri. In the proclamation, Governor Parson notes the clean energy industry’s growth and its employment of over 51,000 Missourians.
Join our annual week-long celebration of clean energy innovation and industries, and learn about the economic opportunities that are possible from the use of nuclear, solar, wind, hydropower, geothermal, biomass, carbon capture, utilization and storage, waste-to-energy and low- or no-emissions transportation technologies. Clean Energy Week recognizes these energy industries that power our daily lives while producing few or no greenhouse gas emissions.
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources promotes the environmentally sound and energy-efficient operations of businesses, communities, agriculture and industry for the benefit of all Missourians. The promotion of the efficient and environmentally sound use of energy is also noted as a core value within the ongoing Missouri State Energy Planning (MoSEP) process, an activity the department’s Division of Energy leads.
For more information about energy, visit dnr.mo.gov/energy.