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  1. Wiebina HeestermanRe
    January 4, 2017 @ 6:16 pm

    Solar energy is already cheaper in sunny regions than coal, see Bloomberg’s 16 December “world energy hits a turning point” and “Solar power, for the first time, is becoming the cheapest form of new electricity. It doesn’t even make economic sense to build coal power stations!” and surely the Navajo Reservation is a sunny place! Why not fight the fossil fuel pushers on their own criteria, economics and finance? Solar energy stations also create job opportuniti


    January 18, 2017 @ 9:58 pm

    Nuclear is cheapest, less environmentally damaging, jobs with safe mining for Navajo Lands.
    Bloomberg is PRO Nuclear. IVANPAH==2.2 Billion dollar, 6000 bird killing / year, 377 megawatt net solar complex using mirrors to focus the power of the sun on solar receivers atop power towers How is 377 MW (but 24/7== 377/2) going to replace .2200 MW Coal?? Fry me some CA Condors Please.


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