During the recent legislative session in New Mexico, Western Resource Advocates and other conservation groups met extensively with PNM and representatives of San Juan County to overcome our differences and craft a bill to address issues surrounding the 2022 closure of San Juan Generating Station that, had it passed, would have meant $500 million in economic development to San Juan County, and over 1000 MW of new renewables built for our State.
Great news in NM-NM Public Regulation Commission approving new plan for PNM assuring new solar power and substantial new wind and geothermal power generation.
One day after the Trump administration abandoned the EPA’s Clean Power Plan to reduce carbon pollution, New Mexico utility regulators took the first step to ensure our state does its part to address the threat of climate change.
Repealing the Clean Power Plan is an unwise decision that endangers public health, our environment and our economic prosperity.
Groups Outline “Blueprint” of Legislative and Executive Policies to Limit Climate Impacts After weeks of hurricanes and wildfires made more potent by climate change, Western Resource Advocates and Conservation Colorado released a new analysis showing the specific policies that the state legislature and executive agencies should implement in order to drive carbon pollution reductions scientists… Read more »
Today’s filing starts a conversation about how Colorado will transition to the clean energy economy of tomorrow.
Consumer and Conservation Interests Urge Commission to Adopt a Market-Based Approach To Protect Consumers and Utilities and Lower Carbon Pollution