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February 5 Energy News



¶ “The West’s Largest Coal Plant Could Soon Go Dark” • It’s big. It’s coal-fired. And it’s about to go bye-bye. The West’s largest coal-fired power plant, the Navajo Generating Station, is facing closure because burning coal is no longer a cost-effective method of generating energy. A changing administration could mean it gets saved. []

Navajo Generating Station (Photo: Bill Morrow) Navajo Generating Station (Photo: Bill Morrow)

¶ “The Wind Blows, the Sun Shines, and Coal Struggles” • We may not want to admit it, but the problem of energy has always come down to one thing: money. Renewable energy used to be an exorbitant cost for companies and virtually impossible for residential use. But over the last 10 years things have flipped upside down. [Energy and Capital]

Science and Technology:

¶ An article in the Mail on Sunday stunningly claims, “World leaders were duped into investing billions over manipulated global…

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