Lawmakers, seeking changes to net-metering laws, say crediting homeowners for private solar power wrongly shifts costs to other consumers.
Two months after abrupt mine closures, Wyoming remains in limbo. It’s time for state leaders to accept hard truths and move on, or be held accountable.
Company presented 30 potential “portfolios” for future power mix, almost all of which predict savings through early retirement of Wyoming coal-fired electrical generating units.
Blackjewel miners waiting to return to their old jobs lose health insurance and certainty; the bankrupt company cites delay in the sale of two mines to Contura Energy as reason for ending coverage.
Outdoor recreation is Wyoming’s most dependable industry. When will we support it with good public land access policies?