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Arizona regulator Andy Tobin calls for emergency summit to save Navajo Generating Station near Page

Posted by   /  February 3, 2017  /  1 Comment

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By Ryan Randazzo | The Republic

Cheaper power from natural gas threatens Hopi and Navajo jobs at plant and mine.

Utility regulator Andy Tobin is concerned about the possible shutdown of the Navajo Generating Station

The utilities that own the mine can get cheaper power today from natural gas

No decision has been made, the plant owners said, but Tobin said more needs to be done to ensure its operation

Arizona Corporation Commission member Andy Tobin has called for an “emergency summit” to try to save the troubled coal-fired power plant near Page and the mine that feeds it.

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  1. jim stack says:

    COAL is DEAD. Wake up Andy the troubled coal-fired power plant should be closed now.

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