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New Mexico / Electricity / Solar Power #775729

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 01, 2005
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(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(Shiprock, New Mexico: Bob Faw) The arrival of electricity for Navajos living on a remote reservation in New Mexico featured; scenes shown of the solar panels supported by wind turbines; details given about the applicability of solar power. [Navajo Geneva CHAVEZ - reacts to the wonders of power.] [Sunwize Technologies Russ CAMPBELL†- says it's no maintenance.] [Renewable energy specialist Larry AHASTEEN†- talks about the cost of power.] [In Chicago, Reilly Elementary School principal Scott RZECHULA†, solar panel user Kevin BROWN, The Energy Project Matthew BROWN†- talks about the benefits & limitations of solar power.]

Holt, Lester;
Faw, Bob

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