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Wyoming has enough solar installed to power over 22,000 homes and is set to more than double its solar capacity over the next five years.
The challenges with proposed permit conditions are likely to get worse, but drawing on the lessons of the past can help new project proponents navigate the pitfalls and emerge from the permitting process positioned for success.
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Developer rPlus Hydro submits application for a final license to Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for Seminoe project, a milestone reached only a few pumped storage projects in the last 20 years.
The coal and oil state says that the proposed laws aim to protect its fossil-fuel related revenues, seeking to end sales of electric vehicles by 2035 and net metering by the summer of 2024.
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The Brightfields Energy Siting tool identifies areas in Wyoming where new energy development is unlikely to encounter land-use conflicts.
While the full Integrated Resource Plan has yet to be submitted to regulators, we now know that PacifiCorp is planning no new investments in gas or coal, with plans to retire all coal units by 2040.
The installation represents more capacity than the state has installed to date, with the project’s developer hinting at more to come.
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