For Your Energy Future

PNM is looking to collaborate with our customers and industry experts to develop an energy resource plan that spans the next two decades.

The 2023 Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) is a great opportunity for PNM and the community to join together to define our clean energy future. The IRP planning process invites public comment through a series of meetings that examine industry challenges and opportunities. Through the IRP planning process, PNM will identify the most cost-effective resources to meet our customers' energy needs while maintaining reliability, affordability, resiliency, and working towards a carbon-zero footprint.

What is the IRP Process?

Every three years, PNM files an Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) with the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission (NMPRC) that includes a four-year action plan and a look at energy needs over the next 20 years. Leading up to the publication of the IRP, a year-long process engages the public and other stakeholders in an ongoing dialog to solicit their views and build upon their expertise and experience.

What is the outcome of the 2023 IRP Process?

In 2023, PNM will publish its final IRP report, mapping the utility’s resource planning from 2023 to 2043.

How do I participate?

You can participate in the IRP process by registering at the Register link (below). Sign up to attend a meeting or make a presentation.

Tomorrow’s energy is planned today.

PNM’s Public Advisory Process is an integral part of planning for the 2023 IRP. PNM welcomes comments and participation from the public, government and non-profit stakeholders, tribal interests, students, educational organizations, engineering and scientific organizations, and other concerned parties.

Join the IRP Process

Review Past Meetings

Register – Sign up to attend the next IRP meeting.

Plan – View the future meeting schedule.

View Presentations – See summaries of past meeting topics and materials.

Find Responses – Explore past questions and PNM responses.

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