Wyoming reserves money to sue states like Colorado over their renewable energy policies - Loveland Reporter-Herald
Tri-State, a Westminster-based provider of wholesale power to several rural electric associations in Colorado, has a part interest in the Laramie River
Wyoming sets aside a fund to be used to sue other states for pursuing renewable energy, thus compromising their carbon-heavy-energy revenue stream. They are objecting to Colorado's rules that mandate clean energy sources, which is crimping their opportunity to sell coal-fired juice across state lines. They are also engaging Washington state for rejecting a coal export terminal that they would like to have and use.
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