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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.

(AP Photo/Susan Montoya Bryan, File)

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.

A multinational oil and gas company has said the construction of a wind farm in northwestern Arizona is expected to bring hundreds of jobs to the region. 

Arizona's Biggest Utility Vows All Clean Power By 2050

Jan 22, 2020
APS.com

Arizona's largest electric utility says it plans to switch to 100% carbon-neutral power generation by 2050.

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A Navajo Nation company says it will retain 1,200 employees at three coal mines in Wyoming and Montana that it bought through a bankruptcy auction. The announcement Thursday came a day after a federal judge gave final approval for the transfer of the mines from bankrupt Cloud Peak Energy to the Navajo Transitional Energy Company.

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