Monthly Archives: October 2019

Vice President of Operations

Energy Capital Economic Development is looking for an energetic, dedicated and personable leader as our new Vice President. The Vice President will be involved in all aspects of our operations and will be instrumental as we work on several projects to strengthen, diversify and grow Campbell County‚Äôs economy. JOB OVERVIEW: The Vice President for Energy…
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Farewell Open House

Mary Melaragno has accepted the position of Executive Director of the YES House Foundation. She has been a very important part of Energy Capital Economic Development for over 10 years. Please join us in wishing her luck on her new venture as well as thanking her for her many years of hard work and dedication…
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NTEC Reception

Roughly 30 people attended Energy Capital Economic Development's welcome reception for the Navajo Transitional Energy Company (NTEC) on September 18th. Ceceilia Tso, Special Projects Coordinator, and Jarvis Williams, Tribal Liaison, visited with business leaders to learn more about our community. A U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge approved the sale of Cloud Peak Energy Corp to NTEC…
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