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The Navajo Nation is moving ahead with two more solar power plants.

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A fire and explosion in April 2019 halted the expansion of batteries for Arizona Public Service Co., but the state’s largest utility has restarted the effort to get more of its power from solar panels.

  

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Arizona utility regulators approved a plan for utilities to receive all their energy from carbon-free sources by 2050.

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Federal land managers have finished an environmental review of a planned 100-megawatt wind farm near the Arizona-New Mexico border.

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New Mexico regulators have approved an application by the state’s largest electric utility to abandon its interest in a major coal-fired power plant in the Four Corners as the state works toward emission-free mandates and more renewable energy.

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