RFQ: Environmental Consulting Support

Environmental Consulting Support for Preparation of an Environmental Assessment REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS Painted Desert Power, LLC is requesting support for the preparation of an applicant prepared Environmental Assessment under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) to support evaluation of a transmission right-of-way easement in the Cameron Chapter in coordination with the Navajo Nation and Bureau … Read more RFQ: Environmental Consulting Support

A Fair and Responsible Transition to Clean Energy

By Paul Hirt and Clara Pratte (opinion contributors) An unprecedented energy transition is transforming the U.S. Our electric grid is rapidly shifting away from fossil fuels toward sustainable power sources. The reason is simple: renewable energy is now one of the cheapest sources of electricity in most markets worldwide. In contrast, coal is now among … Read more A Fair and Responsible Transition to Clean Energy

Navajo Power and Zero Mass Water Give 15 Rapid Access Clean Water Systems to Navajo Households

Monday, June 29th Navajo Nation, Arizona — Navajo Power, Public Benefit Corporation, and Zero Mass Water, a Arizona-based manufacturer of SOURCE hydropanel technology, have given and installed an initial 15 rapid access clean water systems to Navajo Households. Funded through a grant provided by the Unreasonable Group and Barclays Bank, this initial demonstration project highlights … Read more Navajo Power and Zero Mass Water Give 15 Rapid Access Clean Water Systems to Navajo Households

With the Navajo Generating Station Gone, We Need Help Luring Investment to Our Land

CHRIS DESCHENE // OPINION CONTRIBUTOR // MAY 23, 2020 The world is changing right before our eyes. I will be 49 this summer, about the same age as our remote community of LeChee, Navajo Nation near Page, Arizona. And, for all these years, I can tell you that Page has flourished while LeChee has languished for nearly … Read more With the Navajo Generating Station Gone, We Need Help Luring Investment to Our Land

Navajo Power Secures $4.5 Million Financing, Partners With sPower

Thursday, May 7th Navajo Nation, Arizona — Navajo Power, Public Benefit Corporation, has secured a $4.5M seed financing round, and also cemented a partnership with sPower to co-develop some of its assets on the Navajo Nation. Navajo Power is a native majority owned clean energy developer whose mission is to maximize economic benefits and job … Read more Navajo Power Secures $4.5 Million Financing, Partners With sPower

Developer sPower Teams Up With Navajo Power to Replace Coal Plant With Solar

Solar heavyweight sPower and local startup Navajo Power are chasing a 200-megawatt deal with Arizona utility Salt River Project, but that’s just the beginning. JULIAN SPECTOR II May 06, 2020 For decades, the massive coal-fired Navajo Generating Station powered the great cities of the desert southwest: Los Angeles, Phoenix, Las Vegas. Yet the Navajo Nation … Read more Developer sPower Teams Up With Navajo Power to Replace Coal Plant With Solar

Rebuilding the West Through Bold Investment in Clean Energy

April 28 II BRETT ISAAC, CHRIS DESCHENE, CLARA PRATTE, DAN ROSEN, AND KEVIN DE LEON Amid trying times and economic hardship like we are currently facing, it’s often difficult to find a silver lining, but it’s worth noting that bold projects that drive meaningful change have often sprung out of turmoil and crises. Take Hoover … Read more Rebuilding the West Through Bold Investment in Clean Energy

Navajo Power CEO Sees 10 GW Renewable Potential Across the Navajo Nation

April 22, 2020 II William Driscoll While an Arizona utility solicits bids for a 200 MW solar project within the Navajo Nation, the near-term potential is 10 GW, says Navajo Power CEO Brett Isaac. “We believe you can go to 10 gigawatts of renewable resources” across the Navajo Nation, as coal plant retirements in the … Read more Navajo Power CEO Sees 10 GW Renewable Potential Across the Navajo Nation