In The News

U.S. Department of Commerce Announces $62.8 Million Award to West Virginia Coalition

President Joe Biden, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo, and Senator Joe Manchin announced on Friday, September 2 that the U.S. Economic Development Administration has chosen the Appalachian Climate Technologies Coalition (“ACT Now Coalition”) for a package of grant awards totaling $62.8 million, leveraged with another $26 million in match from non-federal sources, for economic development projects in southern West Virginia coalfield communities

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In The News

A Statement from our CEO, Brandon Dennison

Last Friday, I had the honor of joining Senator Manchin, UMWA President Cecil Roberts, AARP representatives, industry leaders, and local citizens to discuss the recently enacted Inflation Reduction Act.

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Informational

Build Back Better Regional Challenge Summit

Last week, I was joined by Generation West Virginia Director, Alex Weld, and Sustainable Strategies CEO, Matt Ward, at the Build Back Better Regional Challenge (BBBRC) Summit in Washington D.C.

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Coalfield Blog

Why we voluntarily unionized our companies

Over the past two years both of us made the decision to organize our teams with local trades unions. We did this because we do not view unions as a problem to be managed but rather as an opportunity to be leveraged.

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Coalfield Council Day

Wrapping up a month of monumental moments

March has been a whirlwind for our team here at Coalfield Development. At this month’s Council Day event, we kicked off by celebrating our most significant accomplishment: the much-anticipated submission of our Build Back Better grant earlier this month.

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