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.
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While some representatives said they support the ‘message’ of amendment, they didn’t back the mechanism.
Measure would charge regulators with removing “subsidization” from solar reimbursement rates. Critics claim the burgeoning industry is being unfairly targeted.
A committee makes a last-minute switcheroo leaving 78 would-be public commenters, waiting to testify on what was advertised, holding an empty bag.
The state contributes $250,000 per year in taxpayer funds to an organization that uses opaque tactics to fight coal-plant closures in other states