Wyoming State Government Official Expands Presence of Solar Power Station Developer
9 January 2023
BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA and CHEYENNE, WYOMING
Former Chief of Staff for Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon, Buck McVeigh, has joined e-Roll Corporation as its Executive Vice President.
e-Roll is a Wyoming Corporation which has launched an entire array of advanced technologies for Electric Transportation and Solar Energy Power Plants for Rural America. e-Roll Corporation is recognized as one of the leading Electric Transportation and Solar Power Plant Developers in the USA.
“Wyoming is well known for its consecutive days of sunlight. That, along with its wide-open landscape, provides a perfect setting for solar energy generation. I am thrilled at the opportunity provided me by e-Roll, and I especially thank its CEO, Gary Brant, for his confidence in me,” McVeigh commented.
Buck’s extensive and varied career in Wyoming State Government will be pivotal, as e-Roll Corporation pursues several large-scale energy and electric transportation projects under development in the State. CEO Gary Brant commented, “I am about as thrilled as I could be to welcome Buck to our company,” Brant continued. “His extraordinary commitments to excellence and public service, within the Wyoming communities served, will ensure our goals are met, and exceeded.”
McVeigh is a Wyoming native and has lived there his entire life. He has a deep respect for its energy industry and the environment. “I am committed to seeing America attain its energy independence, and I believe the only way we can do this is by embracing all forms of energy, with a commitment to advancing zero and negative carbon technologies. We cannot promote the one against the other mentality, we need it all, done sensibly, and with respect for our planet! Wyoming has long been a leader in environmental stewardship. Adding solar to its energy portfolio is going to be a welcomed complement for the State,” McVeigh touted.
McVeigh has been a lifelong, career economist for the state of Wyoming. His career has spanned over 40 years, working in 5 different agencies, and for 6 Wyoming Governors. He is active in the community and has served on numerous boards. McVeigh and his wife, Debbie, have four children and five grandchildren.Register with e-Roll