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California utility to stop drawing power from Navajo coal plant (access required)

A major California utility plans to cut the switch on its share of electricity from a large coal-fired power plant in northern Arizona, citing a need to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions. The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power expects to stop drawing power from Navajo Generating Station in 11 years, when the power plant's lease ...

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