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Dry Fork Station in Gillette is home to the Wyoming Integrated Test Center, where carbon capture technology is being researched. The Wyoming Energy Authority published a request for proposal, indicating the need for a consulting firm to help craft the state’s energy strategy by facilitating “stakeholder feedback and process control.”

Cayla Nimmo, Star-Tribune Camille Erickson

The Wyoming Energy Authority is on the lookout for help developing its new and improved “energy strategy” for the state.

As the newest governmental body to form here, the Wyoming Energy Authority is tasked with charting the course for the state’s primary industries. What that looks like on the ground largely remains to be seen as the agency gets up and running.

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