Coalition for Affordable Energy New Mexico

Legislative proposals including securitizing stranded costs, increasing the renewable portfolio standard, or limitations on coal-fired generating plants must address the impacts to state and municipal budgets, jobs and electricity rates.
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The Impact of PNM’s Plans on Tipping Point New Mexico

Listen to Germaine Chappelle's discussion on the Rio Grande Foundation's Tipping Point New Mexico Podcast. Germaine addresses a variety of issues with hosts Paul Gessing and Dowd Musca. Hear about the issues related PNM's plan for San Juan Generating Station including...

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PNM plant closure will raise rates

This appeared as a guest column in the Albuquerque Journal | By Nate Duckett / Mayor, City of Farmington, and Kim Carpenter / County Executive Officer, San Juan County, Saturday, October 6th, 2018 We are responding to PNM executive Ron Darnell’s “for the...

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California’s Energy Policies: The Poor Are Hit Hardest

National Review By ROBERT BRYCE August 3, 2015 8:00 AM For the state’s elites, fighting climate change comes first — no matter the cost. In a recent column in the Orange County Register, demographer Joel Kotkin wrote, “California is a great state in which to be rich,”...

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