Navajo Transitional Energy Company

mining.com

Three hundred miners and other workers are being laid off in Montana and Wyoming--including at Navajo operations--as the struggling western U.S. coal industry contends with diminished electricity use during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Cloud Peak Energy

Montana regulators have reached a deal allowing the state to enforce environmental laws at a large coal mine bought last year by a Navajo-owned company. 

Casper Star Tribune

A Navajo tribal company has reached an agreement that would allow the U.S. government to enforce environmental laws at its coal properties in Tennessee.

(Matthew Brown/Associated Press)

A Navajo tribal company has reached an agreement that would allow the federal government to enforce environmental laws at two coal mines in Wyoming and one in Montana.

AP

Arizona Public Service Company announced last month it’ll go carbon neutral in by 2050 and end all coal generation in the next 11 years. KNAU’s Ryan Heinsius reports, the company is preparing now for possible economic impacts to the Navajo Nation.


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