Board Blog: Leaders with Vision

Just like strengths and weaknesses are different sides of the same coin, so are opportunities and threats. We can view the world through a lens that sees weaknesses and threats, or we can see that same world through a different lens to see strengths and opportunity.   As leaders in Wyoming, our job is to […]

Congress extends and enhances carbon capture tax credit

Included in the budget passed by Congress, the 45Q tax credits get extended and broadened to include more carbon capture activities Cheyenne, Wyoming –Included in the two-year budget that was passed by Congress was a tax credit that will have a significant impact on Wyoming’s efforts to create a new carbon economy. The language included was […]

Wyoming Announces Partnership with Center for Carbon Removal

Strategic Alliance Aims to Advance Carbon Recycling & Usage Industry JACKSON, WYOMING – With the goal of advancing carbon technology through effective research and development, the state of Wyoming announced a strategic partnership today with the Center for Carbon Removal. “The Center for Carbon Removal is excited to partner with Wyoming to drive technology innovation and […]

Black Hills Energy Donates to Carbon Capture Testing Facility

Black Hills Energy has donated a transformer to the Wyoming Infrastructure Authority for use at the Integrated Test Center.                                                                         […]

Register today for WIA’s Fall Conference: Innovation & Financing

October 5 & 6, 2017 – Snow King Resort, Jackson, WY Join the conversation as we discuss how great project ideas become a reality. Our panels and speakers will discuss funding strategies, financing for companies and energy technology entrepreneurs, and what investors look for when making decisions. Register Now Schedule at a Glance l Full […]

Senate Hears from Wyoming’s Jason Begger on Deploying Clean Energy Technologies

Wyoming Infrastructure Authority’s executive director testifies before the Senate on developing and deploying clean energy technologies.  Click here to watch Mr. Begger’s testimony. WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, U.S. Senator John Barrasso (R-WY), chairman of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works (EPW), welcomed the Wyoming Infrastructure Authority’s (WIA) Executive Director Jason Begger to the committee. Begger […]

WIA Launches Updated Website

We are excited to announce the launch of our newly designed website! Over the last several months we have worked to evaluate the goals of the website, determine what resources are used by the public, and identify what key functionalities were missing from the site. Our goal with this redesign was to provide a streamlined navigation […]

Presentations: March 2017 Energy & Technology Showcase

What’s New & What’s Next in Energy – Opening Panel Panelists: Dr. Mark Northam, University of Wyoming School of Energy Resources, Wyoming State Treasurer Mark Gordon,  Dr. Marcius Extavour, XPRIZE, and Jason Hartman, Black Hills Corporation Presentations: XPRIZE | Black Hills Corporation Video Energy & Entrepreneurship Panelists: Jon Benson, Wyoming Technology Business Center, Robert Lumley, AirLoom […]

WY Energy Projects Draw Clean Energy Leader to State

ClearPath Founder Jay Faison Visited WY to Tour Projects, Meets with Leaders Cheyenne, Wyoming –Wyoming’s pioneering clean energy efforts drew national attention this week from a conservative clean energy advocate who visited the Cowboy State to get a firsthand look at many of its projects and to sit down with Gov. Matt Mead and other government officials and private sector leaders. […]

TransWest Express Transmission Project, Gateway South Project Each Receives a BLM Record of Decision

Two Wyoming transmission projects receive the final decision in the federal environmental review process  December 13, 2016 – Today the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) gave its final federal approval, the Record of Decision, for the TransWest Express Transmission Project and Energy Gateway South Project. The TWE Project has been in the federal environmental review process […]