Ambitious array of projects could extend lifespan of state's legacy industries

29 Jan 2024


The Wyoming Energy Authority is pulling out the stops for an ambitious array of projects that could extend the life of the state’s fossil fuel sectors and simultaneously bring new energy products into the fold. Though technologically diverse, the projects are uniformly big, bold, and cutting-edge, underscoring Wyoming’s vanguard position in the global energy transition — and its conviction that no fossil energy is left behind.

Gov. Mark Gordon and the Wyoming Energy Authority (WEA) this week confirmed six projects to receive Energy Matching Funds, a coveted multi-million dollar pot of state money leveraged to spur $157 million in Wyoming-based investment in energy innovation.

Here’s a look at what’s ahead in Wyoming’s energy future.

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