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.”
Cost savings, self-reliance drive local renewable energy and efficiency investments as the state confronts budget crisis.
On Monday, Oct. 5, at 9 a.m., the governor’s office will hold its final public meeting. At this meeting all of the ideas identified through the previous meetings will be presented.
Mead owes Wyoming residents an explanation about why he participated in ALEC's recent D.C. summit, effectively showing state support for the group's attempt to further erode the rights of working Americans while financially benefiting corporations.
Gov Mead releases statewide energy plan…
— May 13, 2013
(Press release:) Wyoming leads the nation in energy exports to the rest of the country and takes pride in its high standards for environmental stewardship. Today, Gov. Matt