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Agreement allows the Energy Commission to advocate on behalf of the City
Monnett’s commissioner filed first and second rounds of ordinance with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) by the Missouri Joint Municipal Electricity Utilities Commission (MJMEUC) for waivers under the Public Utilities Policy Act of 1978. Approved reading.
The ordinance allows FERC to act as an advocate for the City of Monet for clients that generate more than 5 megawatts of electricity through solar or wind power from their purchase requirements. Missouri Electrical Commission (MEC).
“This is the contract that should have been included when we first signed with the MEC,” said city administrator Chris Weiner. “It was just overlooked and agreeing to the ordinance now will fix that.”
This only affects those that install large-scale sources of energy generation, such as schools and industries.
“A 5 MW operation has the potential to power small cities,” says Weiner. “When that amount of energy is being produced, it has to be monitored to make sure it doesn’t affect the grid.”
Electric frequency increases when too much electricity is supplied to the grid for the amount consumed. Because power plants are designed to operate within a specific frequency range, they run the risk of being disconnected from the grid after a certain period of time.
For September, Monnett Municipal Airport reported 18 Jack Henry and Associates or Stockyards flights and 50 temporary business flights. A total of 42 Monet rental hangar flights and 4 Transient Pleasure flights for him. A total of 44 hangar and temporary flights, and a total of 112 flights for the month.
Airport fuel sales totaled 1,137 gallons in September, down from 1,394.5 gallons last month.
Station 1 at the Monnett Fire Department responded to 38 incidents in a month and Station 2 responded to 40 incidents. Estimated fire losses in September were $50,000 and property involvement was estimated at $250,000.
Of these responses, 51 related to medical assistance. 7 vehicle accidents. Five were due to fire alarms. One was a structural fire at a sewage treatment plant. One involved fire or smoke investigations. One was a trash can fire. One involved illegal burning. Two was to establish a landing zone. One was a service call and the other was for hazardous materials.
The department provided mutual aid to Monett Rural in two structural fires, one automobile accident and one vehicle fire. 1 medical assistance in Pierce City. His one-vehicle accident at Freistadt.