“historic agreement,” which is the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s accepted Best Available Retrofit Technology to reduce pollution at NGS that Salt River Project’s hand-picked Technical Working Group put together, was created will be told by the hand-picked TWG on Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013, from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the Northern Arizona Museum in Flagstaff, Ariz.
Among the SRP/NGS insiders is Navajo Nation Environmental Protection Agency Director Stephen Etsitty.
The following is the Az Daily Sun’s community calendar write-up:
Navajo Generating Station and the Energy Future of the Colorado Plateau
Wed, Nov 20 2013, 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm MST
An historic agreement has been reached that will substantially reduce pollution from the coal-fired Navajo Generating Station near Page and put significant resources toward a renewable energy future for the Southwest. Several of the agreement’s major negotiators will be on hand to tell the inside story in MNA’s first Future of the Colorado Plateau Forum.
Panel guests include:
William Auberle, Principal of EN3 Professionals, L.L.C.
Letty Belin, Counselor to the Deputy Secretary, U.S. Department of the Interior
David Palumbo, Assistant Regional Director, Lower Colorado Region, Bureau of Reclamation
Steve Etsitty, Executive Director, EPA, Navajo Nation
Vickie Patton, General Counsel and Clean Air Program Manager, Environmental Defense Fund
Kelly Barr, Senior Director of Environmental Management, Salt River Project
This panel presentation and discussion is the first event in the Future of the Colorado Plateau Forum. The purpose of the Future of the Colorado Forum is to inform the public about the likely impacts that climate change will have on the Colorado Plateau and how these changes will affect both humans and ecosystems. Discussions will over the following topics: energy, forests, water, climate, wildlife, and sustainability.
HERE IS THE WEB ADDRESS FOR THE AZ DAILY SUN NEWS BRIEF: