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Curtis Burdette has announced that he is leaving his position as Vice President for Energy Capital Economic Development (ECED). Curtis has been instrumental in a number of key ECED projects and activities. His leadership with Next Generation Leadership, the Local Crowd funding effort, Business Retention and expansion, the FUEL Business Incubator and many more projects ...
Our friends from U.S. Department of Energy National Energy Technology Laboratory visited Gillette today and met with City of Gillette (Government), Campbell County, Wyoming Government, University of Wyoming School of Energy Resources, the Carbon Valley initiative, Energy Capital Economic Development and many other community partners. Exciting for their projects to move Wyoming forward! NETL will ...
The School of Energy Resources broke ground on the site preparations for a field demonstration of the integrated coal processing technology developed in the Center for Carbon Capture and Conversion on September 2, 2022. Here is some great coverage of the event! https://lnkd.in/dwAukGJV A coal byproducts faculty that will use coal for non-energy uses breaks ground in ...
The Wyoming Innovation Center (WyIC) is open for business. A ribbon cutting was held on June 14 with over 140 people in attendance. This new and unique coal to products facility has the potential to completely change the future economic base in Campbell County while preserving and supporting our current minerals based economy. The Wyoming Innovation Center ...
Campbell County population:
Energy (oil and gas, coal), medical, school district
Top five employers:
Campbell County School District; Peabody Energy; Thunder Basin Coal; Campbell County Health; Cloud Peak Energy
Personal income 0%; Corporate Income 0%; Sales Tax 5% (State 4% - County 1%)