Microsoft October 26 event: Start time, live stream, how to watch and what to expect - CNET Microsoft will be holding a special late-fall event in New York on Wednesday, October 26. The event is expected to be Windows-oriented with a focus on hardware -- such as the rumored Surface all-in-one device -- though mobile devices and hardware accessories (such as a new Microsoft Band) will probably not make an appearance. Want to follow the event on your own? Here's all the information you need to know:
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Navajo-Owned Wind Farm in Works in Arizona - Indian Country Today Media Network.com A Navajo Nation enterprise, the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority, will prospectively own the majority of a planned wind farm project on the Aubrey Cliffs in Coconino County, Arizona. Federal, state and local agencies are currently negotiating the purchase agreement, permit and construction. If the deal goes through, the Navajo Nation will be the first American Indian tribe in the United States to hold majority ownership of a green-energy generation project, according to a Salt River Project, the Arizona utilities provider, (SRP) press release. NTUA would hold 51 percent ownership, while Edison Mission of Irvine, California, would have a 49 percent share, reported the Navajo Times. The tribe would lease the proposed Boquillas Wind Project for 25 years, allowing the SRP to purchase 100 percent of the electricity generated from the project. The 25-year contract would include annual lease payments to the tribe as well as annual tax payments to the state of Arizona.
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