Wyoming is known as the “Energy State,” and for good reason. With an abundance of natural resources, Wyoming consistently ranks high in traditional, and now emerging, energy sources including wind. The “Energy State” was named by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) as first of 11 states in the Mountain West and Pacific Northwest regions for Developable Nameplate Wind Power Production by Class. That’s something. Focus on Wind Energy Wind and ambient air Wyoming’s wind resource can offer great renewable energy opportunities for data centers. With areas of the state ranking as Superb Resource Potential by the National Renewable Energy Laboratories (NREL), Wyoming is one of the most favorable locations forwind power development in the country.