Bill backed by Gov. Mark Gordon forces utilities to implement carbon capture but allows them to pass costs on to consumers’ electrical bills.
The Wyoming Public Service Commission hears the fears and resentments of energy transition casualties in Kemmerer and Rock Springs.
In Oct., WyoFile reported the Public Services Commission sent copied language from coal industry lobbyists to federal utility regulators. New documents reveal the governor’s office’s involvement
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.
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?