Photos: Navajo Generating Station, Arizona, December 2019

This page features photos of Navajo Generating Station, a large coal-fired power plant near Page, Arizona that was decommissioned in 2019.

The power plant was built, in part, to provide electricity to run the pumps of the Central Arizona Project, which transports Colorado River water to Phoenix and Tucson.

DateDecember 27, 2019
LocationNavajo Generating Station near Page, Arizona (map)
PhotographerMitch Tobin
OrganizationThe Water Desk at the University of Colorado Boulder
RightsFree to reuse under Creative Commons license, with credit to “Mitch Tobin/”

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