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Bridging the past to the future.

Coal has provided affordable, reliable energy to New Mexico for decades. The downside of coal is greater emissions. As part of our effort to lead the nation in reducing emissions, we’re transitioning away from coal.

Our 2017 Integrated Resource Plan (IRP), developed by experts over several years in collaboration with public advisors and shared in public meetings statewide, showed that removing coal from our energy mix would provide long-term cost benefits. As a result, we will be able to provide cleaner, more affordable energy to you, our customers. Learn more about the IRP and view the reports.

Working together, we can reach our emissions goal while minimizing the economic impact to the Four Corners region.

One land. One tomorrow.

From the mountains of Northern New Mexico to the Rio Grande river valley, our land is engrained in New Mexican culture. It’s who we are. We owe it to ourselves and to future generations to preserve and protect our land.

Working together for New Mexico.

The key to modernizing our energy infrastructure is the Energy Transition Act. It will allow PNM to close the San Juan Generating Station in 2022. Additionally, PNM shareholders have agreed to forego their return on this investment, further lowering the cost to customers.

We can transition from coal, save customers money and protect our environment, all while supporting Farmington, San Juan County and the Navajo Nation as they diversify their economy in support of New Mexico moving to emission-free energy sources.

By being a national leader in clean energy, we can attract more businesses to locate here, leading to greater economic opportunities and prosperity for all New Mexicans.