Yes to NGS

The Navajo Generating Station is vital to secure Arizona’s energy and water future and protect Navajo and Hopi economies.


VOICES OF THE PEOPLE

RALLY AT THE CAPITOL
BY THE NUMBERS
$13B
$13 billion in gross Navajo Nation Product from 2020 to 2044*
85%/22%
NGS and Kayenta Mine provide over 85% of Hopi’s annual general fund & 22% of Navajo annual general budget
$10x
Typical miner’s wages and benefits are 10X higher than per capita income of Navajo Nation
* Navajo Generating Station and Kayenta Mine: An Economic Impact Analysis for the Navajo Nation, ASU, April 2013.
CAP: There's More to the RFP Than Meets the Eye
  • It’s Wrong to Conclude There’s “Plenty of Room” for NGS to Bid CAP Power

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  • Why Would CAWCD Pass Up $25-$35 Million a Year?

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  • Pause in RFP Gives Board Time to Negotiate Term Sheet with MRP

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  • Post NGS Strategy is Quickly Becoming Moot

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Key Letters & Info
  • U.S. Interior Questions CAP Board’s Legal Authority to Consider Power Agreements That Do Not Involve NGS

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  • Middle River to CAP Board: We are Advancing Discussions with Stakehodlers for a Functional Transition to New Ownership

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  • Hopi Tribal Council Demands CAP Board Set Aside Power Purchase Proposals That Would Displace NGS Power

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  • Lazard to CAP Board: NGS Can Deliver Power at Rates That Are More Competitive Than Those in RFP Process

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  • Lazard to CAP Board: Potential Investor Can Deliver Cheap Power

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  • Lazard Outlines Quality Investors to CAP Board

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  • Arizona Corporation Commissioner Tobin Tells NGS Owners That NGS Must Remain a Marketable Asset

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  • Arizona Corporation Commissioner Tobin Outlines Concerns About NGS Closure to Interior Secretary Zinke

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  • DOI Asks CAP’s Ted Cooke to Take NGS Power

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