Billions in funding for three emerging energy technologies that Wyoming is already exploring: clean hydrogen, carbon capture and advanced nuclear power.
After a precarious, months long negotiation process that saw the bipartisan deal nearly fall through, the Senate voted Wednesday to open debate on the infrastructure plan by a margin of 67-32. Wyoming Sens. John Barrasso and Cynthia Lummis both voted against advancing the bill.
Despite the senators’ misgivings about the infrastructure plan, some of the programs covered under its hefty price tag would support the development of advanced energy sources, which many in Wyoming say are key to revitalizing the state’s economy as natural resource revenue continues to decline.
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