One of two winners of the Carbon XPrize has ties to electric co-ops and reduced CO2 emissions.
Phase 3 of the project includes testing and data collection at Dry Fork Station.
When a coal-fired plant closes, what comes next? A G&T prepares workers for next chapter.
Co-op-supported Wyoming Integrated Test Center highlights carbon capture research.
Higher residential demand could falter as unemployment benefits lapse and disconnections rise.
Researchers are studying ways to store CO2 underground or turn it into marketable products.
Great River Energy has committed to a future free of coal-fired power.
A co-op-sponsored project could ultimately store 50 million tons of carbon underground.