USA: Öljy ja kaasu energian päälähteet

The third largest coal-fired power plant of the USA, and one of the major climate polluters in the nation, might shut down later this year, striking a symbolic blow to the future of the coal industry.
The Navajo Generating Station (NGS), sited on the Navajo Reservation close to Page, Arizona, is a 2,250 MW coal-fired power plant. It supplies power for clients in Arizona, Nevada, and California, as well as providing electricity for pumping Colorado River water for the Central Arizona Project, providing 1.5 million acre feet of water annually to central and southern Arizona.  [emp]

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