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I was trying to track this down yesterday for my story on Nevagua and wasn’t able to until today: The 13-page presentation on Nevagua was made at a Water Education Foundation conference out of Mexicali; about 60 people were in attendance.
One other tidbit: The presentation suggests that a desalination plant would be built alongside a Baja California power plant. Following the Carlsbad desalination plant’s example, such a facility would likely go next to a plant that uses seawater to cool its internal processes. Bill Powers, a local engineer who follows border power issues, said two such facilities exist near Tijuana. Both are in Rosarito.