RFP for State of Wyoming Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage deployment program

The mission of the Wyoming Energy Authority (WEA) is to advance Wyoming’s energy strategy by driving data, technology, and infrastructure investments.  On behalf of the Governor of Wyoming, the WEA is issuing a request for proposals (RFP) from research and technology providers, project developers, financiers, and other interested entities seeking resources for demonstration and deployment of carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS), including coal power plant retrofit and other CCUS applications, within the boundaries of Wyoming.

This program aims to make progress toward the construction of a project deploying CCUS and enhancing the viability of Wyoming’s carbon-based energy economy. As such, the project will leverage existing resources and infrastructure within Wyoming, test configurations of these resources and infrastructure to establish technical feasibility, and establish the economic viability of the project. Furthermore, it is critical that the proposal demonstrates that the project is at a scale sufficient to demonstrate commercial viability.

To read the full RFP please visit our financing page.

An Open Call webinar will be held at 10:00 am on Friday, August 6, 2021. Registration for the webinar opens Friday, July 30.

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