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Navajo Coal-Fired Plant Could Award Cleanup Contracts Next Month

March 19, 2019, 6:40 PM

The majority owner of the West’s largest coal-fired electricity plant is “closing in on” awarding five contracts to start decommissioning the plant, and could be ready to award them in April, the owner says.

The Salt River Project, which owns 43 percent of the 2,250-megawatt Navajo Generating Station, also told Bloomberg Environment on March 19 that it’s not budging on its demand that any new owner absolve it of future cleanup liability.

“Without a guaranty, there will be no progress,” said Scott Harelson, a Salt River Project spokesman.

The Salt River Project, one of Arizona’s ...

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