What Should We Do With Freed Up Water After Closure Of Navajo Generating Station?
The closure of coal-fired power plants like the Navajo Generating Station leaves questions about new energy sources, economics and water.
Here in the west, those plants use a large amount of water that will be freed up as plants shut down.
Joining The Show now to tell us about the unique debates raised by this freed up water is Luke Runyon with KUNC in Colorado.
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