Navajo-Hopi Nations,Flagstaff & Winslow News
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Members of the Just Transition Coalition stand outside of CPUC headquarters in San Francisco. From left: Marshall Johnson of To’ Nizhoni Ani, Kim Smith of the Black Mesa Water Coalition, Roger Clark of the Grand Canyon Trust, Wahleah Johns of the Black Mesa Water Coalition and Tony Skrelunas of the Grand Canyon Trust (Photo courtesy of JTC).

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Just Transition Coalition wins request for formal mediation from CPUC
California energy regulators grant mediation request to pursue development of renewable energy projects for Mohave Generating Station

FLAGSTAFF-Members of the Just Transition Coalition were in San Francisco recently to participate in a public workshop held by the California Public Utility Commission (CPUC) to address proposals for the distribution of revenues from the sale of sulfur dioxide (SO2) allowances arising from the suspension of operation of the Mohave Generating Station.

By Submitted by the Just Transition Coalition April 3, 2007
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