A legislative committee recently decided against changing or eliminating the state’s net metering statute. Sheridan solar business owner Richard Mack says that was a wise move.
With all eyes on coal’s much discussed decline, another staple of the state’s energy economy has tumbled dramatically.
Economist, budget maven and longtime Rep. Mike Madden lays bare the Gordian Knot of intertwined fiscal challenges facing Wyoming.
A legislative committee voted to sponsor bill that allows new buyers of coal plants to plug into the utility grid. It was one of several utility-related bills considered Nov. 19.
WyoFile special edition looks at legislative and regulatory efforts to soften the impact of an ongoing and looming economic transition and what they mean for the free market.