Re-purposing Navajo Generating Station Transmission: Potential for Wind and Solar Development

The utility owners of the Navajo Generating Station (NGS) have proposed closing the 2250 MW power plant in the next few years. NGS is located in the northeast corner of Arizona on the Navajo Nation in the sparsely populated Four Corners region. There are significant high-voltage transmission connections between NGS and Phoenix, Las Vegas and Los Angeles. The closure of the plant creates attractive opportunities to re-purpose the transmission to transmit energy from neighboring states and/or to support regional wind and solar resource development. 
This webinar will present high-level information on the ownership of existing transmission and transmission rights in the region and opportunities for new wind and solar development to reach Western energy markets. 

This webinar was recorded on April 25, 2017.

Webinar Agenda

Moderator: Amanda Osmond, Managing Director, Western Grid Group

Navajo Transmission System

Charlie Reinhold, Independent Contractor, West Connect

Mr. Reinhold's slides are available here. View the presentation here

Re-Purposing Navajo Generating Station Transmission: Potential for Wind and Solar Development

Jessie Audette Muniz, Senior Director of Project Development, APEX Clean Energy

Ms. Audette Muniz's  slides are available here. View the presentation here

 

For questions or more information contact Utah Clean Energy: info@utahcleanenergy.org

 

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