Eco-Living Thursday, July 26th, 2012 at 1:10 pm
EPA action on Navajo Generating Station has implications for LADWP, anti-coal activists, Arizona
In Arizona, the Navajo Generating Station is a coal-fired power plant consuming up to 25,000 tons of coal per day that serves the LADWP, among others. Credit: Squeaks2569/FlickrEfforts to clean up hazy air at national parks in Arizona could change how the Navajo Generating Station behaves and what energy costs in LA. That matters in ... Continue reading at www.scpr.org.