About MEI

Clean, abundant, reliable and affordable energy is critical to a prosperous future for Missouri. To bring about this future, all sectors of the state's economy must collaborate on critical energy issues, statewide. 

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SEP White Paper

Download MEI's latest white paper, The Implications of State Energy Plans: An Economic Case for the Implementation of a State Energy Plan and Its Impact on States

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Summer Interns 2014

Meet MEI's Summer 2014 Interns!

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Moenergyplan.org

Visit MEI's website on Missouri State Energy Plans. Find MEI's reports on Missouri's past planning attempts, a collection of information on the current planning effort, and more!

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Intern With MEI

Please click here to check out MEI's internship opportunities.

MCEC 2014 Winners

MEI Announces 2014 MCEC Winners

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MEI Board

MEI's Board of Directors is made up of Missouri's energy thought leaders from the major energy stakeholders. MEI is working to develop a Board that reflects the state's energy voices while providing a regional representation of the state's multiple population centers.

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Nixon Announces SEP

June 18, 2014, Governor Nixon signs an executive order to formally announce the development of a comprehensive State Energy Plan, led by the Missouri Department of Economic Development. 

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MEI is proud to announce the winners of the 2014 Missouri Clean Energy Challenge!

Welcome to MEI

MEI was formed by two distinct and separate communities Academia and Business.

MEI's Board of Directors is made up of Missouri's energy thought leaders from the major energy stakeholder's. MEI is working to develop a Board that reflects the state's energy voices while providing a regional representation of the state's multiple population centers.

What's New

  • 30Sept
  • 2014 Midwest Energy Policy Conference
    2014 will see the return of the MEPC to St. Louis at the Eric P. Newman Education Center at the Washington University Medical Center. 2014 MEPC will focus on State Energy Plans. Specific topics to come.