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.
Rocky Mountain Power
Legislators consider a suite of bills to help keep aging coal-fired power plants in the state in operation.
While some representatives said they support the ‘message’ of amendment, they didn’t back the mechanism.
State investigation concludes PacifiCorp’s plans to retire coal units ahead of schedule in Wyoming lack evidence to support touted benefits of adding renewables.
In a rebuttal to a Drake column, Terrence Manning defends carbon capture technology as a worthwhile venture for Wyoming.