Casper, WY – According to the state officials, Gov. Gordon did this during a trip that featured stops at the Kemmerer Mine, the TerraPower Natrium site, and the Shute Creek Carbon Capture and Sequestration project.
During his visit to the Kemmerer Mine, Governor Gordon met with workers and leaders in the coal mining industry, reassuring them of Wyoming’s commitment to coal.
The Governor applauded the workers’ dedication to producing energy that powers the state, the country and the world and thanked them for their contributions to the state’s economy and national energy security.
At the TerraPower Natrium site, Governor Gordon participated in a groundbreaking ceremony for the innovative nuclear plant that promises to provide safe, clean, and affordable electricity.
This project is a joint venture between TerraPower and PacifiCorp. Governor Gordon called it “a game-changer in the energy sector” and commended the parties involved for their forward-thinking and collaborative approach.
Governor Gordon’s trip on Friday was a testament to the state’s unwavering commitment to energy leadership and an all-of-the-above energy strategy.
As a result, Wyoming is poised to continue playing a crucial role in shaping the future of energy production in the United States, as we have done since before we became a state.