FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Think Progress:The Navajo Generating Station is facing a future familiar to many coal-fired power plants, struggling to compete with smaller, more nimble natural gas-fired generators, wind farms, and solar arrays.“You know the old saying, ‘You make money if you buy low and sell high’? They’re buying high and selling lower,” said David Schlissel, director of resource planning analysis at the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA).If the Navajo Generating Station shuts down, locals will lose some 800 jobs, both at the plant and in the nearby Kayenta mine, which supplies coal to the generating station. Facing unemployment rates upwards of 40 percent, the Navajo and Hopi tribes are eager to protect those jobs, to say nothing of the revenue the operation provides.“The Navajo Nation is so dependent on the jobs and the revenue for their budget. It’s really sad because, looking forward, it just doesn’t seem to be a sustainable economic enterprise,” Schlissel said. “I have no idea who would put their money here.”More: Embattled Navajo coal plant is a preview of what’s ahead as coal declines across the U.S. On the Blogs: ‘I Have No Idea Who Would Put Their Money Here’
MORE: How will the Finals affect Kevin Durant’s free agency?The game could have been the last ever in Oracle Arena should the series not return to Oakland. Klay Thompson returned from injury after sitting out Game 3, but even his team-high 28 points weren’t enough to overcome the Raptors’ second-half surge. The hobbled Warriors also welcomed the return of an injured Kevon Looney, but they were still without Kevin Durant.The good news for Warriors fans is that Durant practiced with the team on Sunday for the first time since suffering a calf injury in Game 5 of the Western Conference semifinals. Durant traveled with the team to Toronto for Games 1 and 2 of this series but was never active. The two-time Finals MVP likely wants to make an on-court statement before his impending free agency this summer. Here’s everything you need to know about watching Game 5 between the Warriors and Raptors, including the tipoff time and TV channel. What channel is Warriors vs. Raptors on today? Time, TV for NBA Finals Game 5Event: Game 5, 2019 NBA FinalsDate: Monday, June 10Time: 9 p.m. ETTV Channel: ABCStream: Watch ESPNLive scores: SN ScoreboardIn addition to ABC broadcasting Monday’s coverage, Game 5 can be streamed using Watch ESPN.Viewers in Canada will be able to watch the NBA Finals alternating between Sportsnet and TSN. Sportsnet has broadcast rights to the odd-numbered games while TSN owns the evens.NBA Finals 2019 schedule, series resultsDateMatchupTime (TV channel)May 30Raptors 118, Warriors 109Toronto leads 1-0June 2Warriors 109, Raptors 104Series tied 1-1June 5Raptors 123, Warriors 109Toronto leads 2-1June 7Raptors 105, Warriors 92Toronto leads 3-1June 10Game 5 at Toronto9 p.m. ET (ABC/SN1)June 13*Game 6 at Golden State9 p.m. ET (ABC/TSN)June 16*Game 7 at Toronto8 p.m. ET (ABC/SN1)(*If necessary) Not too many people predicted this eight months ago when the NBA season tipped off: The Raptors are one win shy of claiming the franchise’s first NBA title.The Raptors return home Monday to Scotiabank Arena with a commanding 3-1 series lead over the Warriors after an impressive third quarter in Game 4 propelled them to a 105-92 victory on Friday night. Despite shooting just 34 percent overall in the third quarter and making only two 3-point attempts, Toronto used a 27-12 run in the third to pull away from the Warriors. Kawhi Leonard finished with 36 points.
India’s navy is considering adding to its fleet of P-8I maritime patrol aircraft, as the country shifts its military posture toward its southern approaches out of concern about Chinese naval activity.India’s Naval Chief Adm. Sunil Lanba told India Strategic magazine that aerial-surveillance capability was an important part of navy operations, and the country’s Defense Ministry has said the P-8I is able to provide “a punitive response and maintaining a watch over India’s immediate and extended areas of interest.”New Dehli made its first purchase of the aircraft in 2009, not long after the November 2008 terrorist attack in Mumbai, during which attackers arrived by boat. India bought eight P-8I aircraft at the time, deploying them in 2013. It followed that with a purchase of four more in 2016, buying them at the 2009 price.Read it at Pulse Live Related Items