Category Archives: Environment

Driving on Electrons

November of last year I purchased an Electric Vehicle (EV), and I am constantly approached by family, friends and random people on the street asking me, “what are you driving and why does it look so strange”? Well I choose to drive an EV for many reasons, and I am happy to share why. I[…]
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Let it bee

Bees are the crown jewel of the pollinators, and are critical for sustaining our food system. In the United States approximately one-third of our food crops benefit either directly or indirectly from bee pollination. However, bees also can be a nuisance, especially when they make their homes in inconvenient locations such as our equipment. But[…]
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Why we removed the fee for customer-owned solar?

PNM believes the rate structure for customer-owned solar and wind generation needs to change to better reflect both the benefits and the actual costs of solar and wind systems. The company understands that not everyone agrees and this will be a vigorous debate. We will continue to engage all stakeholders in this important discussion and will likely raise[…]
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New Party Joins PNM Settlement on San Juan Plant

Earlier in August, PNM and four other environmental, clean energy and consumer organizations announced a new agreement that would move the plan for the San Juan Generating Station to address regional haze forward. Since that time, the New Mexico Industrial Energy Consumers (NMIEC) has announced that they will also join the stipulated agreement for San[…]
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