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
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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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