The Wyoming Energy Authority, Wyoming Business Council, and University of Wyoming School of Energy Resources, in partnership with the Atlantic Council, are pleased to invite you to an in-person convening of the Frontiers Project, which will address Wyoming’s opportunity in low-emission global manufacturing markets.

Please save the date for the convening of the Frontiers Project, which will take place on Friday, October 7th, 2022, at 7:30 AM MDT

at the Cloudveil, Autograph Collection

112 Center Street

Jackson, Wyoming 83001

This discussion, the third in a series hosted as part of the Frontiers Project, will provide key input to strategic planning for the economic development of frontier regions. As global markets increasingly demand low-emission products and manufacturing, these regions see a growing opportunity to diversify and grow their economic foundations with low emission manufacturing. A key element of that is advanced energy systems, including advanced nuclear energy. This intersection of energy and manufacturing with global markets is the foundation of the strategic discussion.

We hope that you will be willing to share your time and insights with this select group of regional, national, and global leaders.

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