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Sandia National Laboratories To Assist Navajo Nation in Developing Energy Resources
Sandia National Laboratories will help the Navajo Nation take advantage of its coal, natural gas, wind and solar resources...
Moapa Paiutes Find Solar Solution Amid Coal Ash Plague
Moapa Paiute Indian Reservation, Nevada—At the August 7 National Clean Energy Summit in Las Vegas, Senator Harry Reid (D–NV) called Nevada Energy’s Reid Gardner Power Station a “di...
First Tribal Solar Project Set to Shine
A map of the Moapa Project WASHINGTON—After years of pointing out that renewable energy is abundant in Indian country; after years of wading through a complicated federal-tribal bu...
Sacred Sites: Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians Needs Prayer to Save Imperiled Burial Grounds From Ocotillo
The good news is that there has been progress in protecting a burial ground and ceremonial site from a dam project...
Salt River Project Purcahses Solar Credits from Navajo Tribal Utility Authority
The Salt River Project (SRP) has agreed to purchase $220,000 worth of solar photovoltaic Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) over the course of five years from the Navajo Tribal U...
The T’Sou-ke First Nation Builds Pride by Going Green
“We used to live sustainably, and only took what we needed from the land...
Navajo Chapter Plans Largest Utility-Scale Solar Farm on Tribal Land
The To'Hajiilee Navajo Chapter plans to establish a solar array farm on its trust lands, a flat stretch of prairie in central New Mexico where land preparation for the project is m...
Navajo Nation Partners With Lab for Natural Resource Development
The Navajo Nation is teaming up with a national laboratory to examine which technologies are most effective in developing natural resources on the reservation...
Prospects for Tribal Renewable Projects Are Dimming
Among those paying close attention to the collapse of the Solyndra solar cell manufacturer, once a poster child of renewable-energy development for the Obama administration, were t...
Indigenous Students Bring Renewable Energy Quest to the National Mall
WASHINGTON—While the push from policymakers for renewable energy development currently faces something of a slowdown in the nation’s capital due to intense cost-cutting congression...
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