Wyoming's largest utility will completely shutter its coal-fired power fleet in the state by 2039 while adding wind, solar, nuclear and battery storage to its six-state operating system.
From coal bankruptcies to water threats, sage grouse counts to the future of the state’s energy landscape, WyoFile charts the hardest-hitting stories of the year.
From coal-plant workers to conservation heroes and wild-eyed broncos, WyoFile captured the state’s 2019 stories in images.
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.
Backers of Wyoming’s efforts to find second lives for aging coal plants describe several profitable scenarios. But how does their vision for coal power stack up in a quickly shifting power market?