Governor Gordon’s recommendations for the use of the first round of the American Rescue Plan funding to include carbon capture, utilization and storage
According to the Governor’s website, "This proposal would appropriate $100,000,000 to the Legislative Stabilization Reserve Account from the General Fund to match private, state or federal funding for research, demonstration, pilot or commercial deployment projects related to Wyoming energy needs, including, but not limited to, carbon capture utilization and storage including soil carbon, carbon capture on coal/gas fired utility plants, carbon dioxide transportation, industrial carbon capture, coal refinery, and hydrogen production, transportation, storage and/or hub development, wind or solar."
Governor Gordon released his recommendations on December 16, which included just under $500 million in funds for a range of programs and investments across 10 Goal Areas identified by his Strike Team.
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The Town Hall will be recorded and available for viewing afterwards on the Governor’s Drive and Thrive website.