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March 16 – Wet Winter Helps Break 6-Year Runoff Streak
The Streak is over. After an unprecedented six consecutive runoff seasons of below-median inflow into the reservoirs on the Salt and Verde rivers, the January-to-May runoff season will finish well above the 30-year median, perhaps even doubling that mark by the time the mountain snow has melted and the final spring storm has passed.
Feb. 28 – Prescott City Council Approves $1.1 Million Big Chino Groundwater Flow Model Contract
The Prescott City Council approved a contract with Golder Associates, Inc., Tucson, Arizona, to create a refined groundwater flow model for the Big Chino Sub-basin. The technical work is a tri-party initiative of the City of Prescott, Town of Prescott, and SRP for the purpose of assessing the hydrogeologic connection with the Upper Verde River, and potential effects associated with future pumping of approximately 8,000 acre-feet annually of Big Chino Sub-basin groundwater.
Feb. 23 – SRP Offers New Way for Customers to Support Green Energy
Salt River Project is offering a new, simple way for customers to green up their energy through solar and other renewable energy sources via the SRP EarthWise Energy program. The program is attractive to customers who want to go green, but may not have the option to actually install solar systems on their homes or businesses.
Feb. 13 – Owners Vote on Navajo Coal Plant Lease
Rather than close the plant later this year, the utility owners of Navajo Generating Station voted today to extend operations of the facility near Page, Ariz., to the December 2019 end of its lease if an agreement can be reached with the Navajo Nation.
Archived press releases from the past six months are also available.
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