Curtis Tate

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.

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
Power Switch: Solar Is Heating Up In The Ohio Valley
Power Player: How Manchin Is Key to Biden’s Energy, Climate Goals