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Navajo Generating Station

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Navajo Generating Station Demolished

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Navajo Generating station implosion demolition

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Navajo Generating Station Stacks Fall

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Drone video captures the demolition of the smokestacks at the Navajo Generating Station

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Navajo Generating Station NGS Chimney Demolition

Navajo Generating Station is a 2250 megawatt net coal-fired powerplant located on the Navajo Nation, near Page, Arizona United States. This plant provides electrical power to customers in Arizona, Nevada, and California. It also provides the power for pumping Colorado River water for the Central Arizona Project, supplying about 1.5 million acre feet (1.85 km3) of water annually to central and southern Arizona. As of 2017 permission to operate as a conventional coal-fired plant is anticipated until 2017-2019, and to December 22, 2044 if extended. However, in 2017, the utility operators of the power station voted to close the facility when the lease expires in 2019.
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  • History 

  • Design and specifications 

  • Performance 

  • Environmental controls 

  • Economic aspects