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Salt River Project Navajo Generating Station Marks One Year of Automating Emergency Call Out

By June 1, 2012Press Releases

Salt River Project’s coal-fired, 2,250-megawatt Navajo Generating Station near Page, Ariz., is one of only a handful of power-generation plants nationwide (the others include Progress Energy’s Crystal River Complex and Alabama Power Company) that can begin assembling its emergency workforce in minutes, not hours, via callout. Callout is an order to report for emergency or special work at an unusual time or place.

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