An essayist makes the case that Wyoming shouldn’t expect nuclear to save its energy economy, and another essayist describes the way that Wyoming legislators have been desperately trying to save the state’s coal economy.
New Mexico oil and gas industry pushes back on regulations to reduce emissions, PacifiCorp plans to get out of Wyoming coal by 2039, and Farmington hopes for hydrogen research
Coal enjoys a resurgence as heat waves drive demand for electricity. Wyoming school district in Powder River Basin becomes a net-taker. Hydrogen finalists.
Wyoming legislators take aim at Colorado’s decarbonization with a $1.2 million legal fund. The nexus for this potential lawsuit will be Laramie River Station.
The Economist say coal is becoming a museum piece (except in Asia), but perfervid hopes remain in Wyoming. More natural gas bans in California. Solar in Utah.