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PNM Navajo Nation Workforce Training Program

Last month I traveled to Farmington, N.M. to attend a reception honoring 46 students at San Juan College. The trip was a moving and memorable experience because it brought me closer to my own Navajo heritage and a deeper understanding of Native American culture. I also learned how the lives of people living in the Navajo Nation are economically tied to[…]
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Answers to Customers Questions

Hi there. Normally I answer your questions on the phone when you call PNM, but today I wanted to directly talk to you about some recent news by video. Thanks for listening. For more information, please read our CEO’s letter to customers. Emmanuel Silva | Customer Care Call Center PNM | Albuquerque, NM

National Arbor Day

National Arbor Day is Friday, April 24th this year. Over the past 20 years I’ve been lucky enough as a member of PNM’s Vegetation Management Department to participate in dozens of Arbor Day tree plantings. We have partnered with the City of Albuquerque, Keep Rio Rancho Beautiful, APS, and multiple communities and neighborhood associations in[…]
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Sandoval County Solar Center

One of the fun and rewarding parts about my job is visiting in person the projects PNM builds. We built three new solar centers in New Mexico last year – adding an additional 23 megawatts of renewable energy to the grid. Recently, I visited the Sandoval County Solar Center located in Rio Rancho, NM. It just[…]
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A Power Plant, A Community and the Future

From the fourth generation miner, to the single mother, to Farmington Mayor Tommy Roberts, workers and community leaders alike took to the podium at two public comment sessions held by the PRC in Farmington on March 4. With few exceptions, they urged approval of PNM’s plan to shutter two of the four units at its[…]
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Best of Both Worlds

Did you get snow at your house this winter? I remember waking up to several inches of snow the last day of January. I was grateful that it was a Saturday with no need to go out in the cold. When I looked out the window at the gloomy day, I noticed my solar panels[…]
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Protecting Birds in Flight

We all know how important the Rio Grande is to this region but, did you also know that it’s a major thoroughfare for migrating birds? We keep our commitment to reduce bird injuries and mortalities related to our electrical equipment infrastructure through our Avian Protection Plan. As part of the plan, we completed a project[…]
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