State awards $32 million to three Campbell County energy projects

29 Jan 2024


Three projects in Campbell County dealing with alternative uses for fossil fuels and existing infrastructure were awarded a combined $32 million in matching funds from the Wyoming Energy Authority.

In mid-January, Gov. Gordon approved six separate projects to receive the state’s matching funds, and three of them have local ties.

Black Hills Energy and Babcock & Wilcox, or B&W, were awarded $16 million for their project that converts coal from the Wyodak mine into low-carbon hydrogen.

Cowboy Clean Fuels, an early-stage clean energy and climate tech company with an office in Gillette, received $7.8 million for its “Triangle Unit Carbon Capture and Storage Project” which will find a new use for old coal-bed methane wells.

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