As Wyoming Governor Matt Mead puts together an energy plan for 2013, he is looking for public feedback to help "prioritize, refine, narrow, and spot lost opportunities." Mead is hoping the public will participate in a series of public meetings via the internet or in person over the next two days.

Mead said in a release that he, "believes the energy strategy will establish Wyoming as the standard bearer in recognizing that energy, the environment and the economy are inseparable and compatible and in leading the nation in energy development, regulation, innovation and stewardship."

The public events and webinars will be held Thursday, Dec. 6th and Friday, Dec. 7th to review the proposed initiatives. They will take place at the Herschler Building, Room B63, 122 West 25th Street, in Cheyenne and they will be broadcast live via the internet as a Google Event. Below is the schedule for the meetings with links to join online.

Introduction to the Wyoming Energy Strategy, Dec. 6th, 1:00 – 2:30
Join in online by clicking here.

Economic Competitiveness Expansion and Diversification, Dec. 6th, 3:00 – 5:00
Join in online by clicking here.

Efficient, Effective Regulation, Dec. 7th, 8:00 – 10:00
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Natural Resource Conservation, Reclamation and Mitigation, Dec. 7th, 10:30 – 12:30
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Education, Innovation and New Technologies, Dec. 7th, 2:00 - 4:00
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Questions can also be sent in via email during or before each event to wyomingenergystrategy@gmail.com. Agendas for the meetings and a list of the initiatives is available on the Governor’s website.