25x’25 Vision: By 2025, America’s farms, forests and ranches will provide 25 percent of the total energy consumed in the United States, while continuing to produce safe, abundant, and affordable food, feed and fiber.



As a large producer of corn and soybeans, Missouri will benefit from the growth of the biofuels industry. In addition, the state's hydrological, geothermal, and solar resources have yet to be fully utilized.

Resource Maps
Incentives and Policies
Where to Find Biofuel Pumps
How to Sign up for Green Power

 2011 Report on Missouri Renewable Energy – American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE)


Jay Nixon 00202missouri.jpgCourtesy of DOE/NREL
Congress: Rep. Graves

State Alliance: Planning

Resources Maps


Wind Map


Wind resources at 50 meters



Solar Map




Alliance Resources

The 25x’25 Alliance has released the results of its Phase II study from the University of Tennessee that assesses the impacts of various energy-related legislative scenarios on the U.S. agriculture and forestry sectors. The study, titled Implications of Energy and Carbon Policies for Agriculture and Forestry Sectors, and undertaken at the request of 25x'25 by the University of Tennessee's Bio-based Energy Analysis Group, projects how proposed energy and carbon payment policy instruments might impact the U.S. agricultural and forestry sectors. In addition to the national findings, we have developed narratives that highlight and explain the findings of the report as it relates to electricity, economic and land use impacts at the state level.

The 25x’25 Alliance is not endorsing a Renewable Electricity Standard or any other policy tool. We are releasing this report and narratives as background information and a resource for those interested in these policy mechanisms. Should you have any questions regarding the report findings, contact information for the report authors can be found on the state narrative document. We hope that you will find the data from the report useful in your advocacy and outreach efforts.

pdf The Economic Impacts of a Renewable Electricity Standard in Missouri

pdf The Economic Impacts of a Renewable Electricity Standard and Carbon Payment Program in Missouri

Governor Jay Nixon Endorses 25x'25 – Letter of Support Letter of Support

Incentives and Policy

Search the Database of State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency at http://www.dsireusa.org


Where to Find Biofuels Pumps

E85 pumps in MO:

Biodiesel pumps in MO:


How to Sign Up for Green Power

Buy Wind, Landfill gas, Hydro power: http://www.eere.energy.gov/greenpower

Install Solar Power:
To find a Solar Professional in your area to design, engineer, install or service a solar system, visit this website: http://www.findsolar.com/index.php?page=findacontractor


Other Resources

Missouri Renewable Energy News and Links:

Alternative Energy Resources in Missouri:

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