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HTBPElectric | Industrial rates nearly 21 percent below the national average.
Source: Energy Information Administration, July 2012
 
Natural Gas | Natural gas rates 25 percent below the U.S. average (retail).
Source: Energy Information Administration, July 2012.
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HTBPTelecommunications | There are nine telecommunications providers near I-80 and throughout the rest of the state. Nearly 80 percent of the housing units in the state of Wyoming have broadband access through telco, cable or wireless providers; nearly 100 percent of homes have broadband access via satellite.

Plentiful, Inexpensive Water | Wyoming has ample water available due to high levels of precipitation, large supplies of groundwater through a series of aquifers throughout the state, and its geographic location as a headwater state. An estimated 3.3 million acre feet of water are consumed annually in Wyoming for all uses (residential, irrigation, reservoir evaporation, and industrial); its reserves are equal to another 3.3 million acre feet of water.

Source: Wyoming Water Plan by the Wyoming Water Development Commission.

http://waterplan.wrds.uwyo.edu/fwp/ch71.jsp

There are approximately 778 municipal water systems 200 wastewater treatment systems in the state.  Many industrial users have one supply for potable water, and another for non-potable water.  Pumping is the only cost for non-potable water.

Source: Wyoming Rural Water Association.

http://www.warws.com/aboutus.htm

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