Coming to blows

Binkly, Gail
April 2009
High Country News;4/27/2009, Vol. 41 Issue 7, p7
The article focuses on the deterrence of the proposed Navajo wind development project at the Gray Mountain in Arizona. It highlights the dispute between wind farm developers Citizen Energy Corp., and International Piping Products and Sempra Energy for the sole authority of the Navajo wind farm project. It also delves into the issues governing the dispute, citing the concern of the project approval from the Navajo Reservation, its central government and the tribal council.


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