Rejecting an attempt to double the wind generation tax was a smart move, Drake writes. The next step is to pass tax incentives to make the state’s wind developers more competitive.
If we want our fair share of the $20 billion spent annually in data center construction, Dodson writes, we also need to embrace renewable energy.
Fixing Wyoming’s economy, stopping climate change and embracing new approaches are all more important than the special interests of a privileged few, opines our guest columnist. That’s why she favors the Rail Tie Wind Project.
Wildlife agency rewrites 10-year-old document to better address conflicts with an increasing number of wind and solar projects.
Wyoming politicians love to talk about the primacy of free enterprise and the private sector. But to protect coal they rule like socialists.