If we want our fair share of the $20 billion spent annually in data center construction, Dodson writes, we also need to embrace renewable energy.
As fossil fuel industries decline, leaders of energy-dependent communities scramble to find solutions. Yet one solution rarely comes up in these conversations: Restoration as economic development.
West Virginia’s politics and economy look a lot like Wyoming’s, but it’s fiscal profile is much healthier because of diversification.
As the rest of the West rushes to reduce carbon-emissions, Wyoming is moving in the opposite direction, creating the possibility that “the burgeoning renewable market might just blow past Wyoming.”
A committee makes a last-minute switcheroo leaving 78 would-be public commenters, waiting to testify on what was advertised, holding an empty bag.