Curtis Tate

Energy & Environment reporter, WVPB (Charleston, WV)

Curtis Tate has spent more than 17 years as a reporter and copy editor for Gannett, Dow Jones and McClatchy. He has written extensively about travel, transportation and Congress for USA TODAY, The Bergen Record, The Lexington Herald-Leader, The Wichita Eagle, The Belleville News-Democrat and The Sacramento Bee. His work has won awards from the National Press Foundation and the New Jersey Press Association. Curtis is a Kentucky native and a graduate of the University of Kentucky.

Mine Reclamation, Clean Water and Broadband: What the Infrastructure Law Brings to Appalachia
Kentucky Court Orders Justice to Pay Penalty Over Mine Reclamation
Coal Keeps The Lights On, For Now, At West Virginia’s Mountaineer Plant
Virginia Regulators Reject Plan to Extend Life of 2 West Virginia Coal Plants
Kentucky Regulators: West Virginia Coal Plant Should Close in 2028
Kentucky’s AG Cameron on West Virginia Coal Plant: Close It
West Virginia Coal Plants Need Upgrades. Three States Will Decide Their Fate.
Appalachian Coal Is A Major Source Of Methane, A Potent Greenhouse Gas
Gayle Manchin: ‘The Stars Have Just Lined Up’ For Appalachia
Kentucky Coal Production, Employment Decline Slows in 1st Quarter