New Mexico’s Supreme Court denies a request to remand the PNM-Avangrid merger case back to the Public Regulation Commission, prolonging the legal battle and raising concerns about the state’s energy crisis.
Category: Renewable Energy
What does it take to get a copper mine approved in Arizona?
The Efficiency Dilemma: Examining Energy Sector Jobs and Electricity Generation in the US
Solar energy is the least efficient utility-scale electric generation source in terms of electricity produced per employee.
But standing in the way is the worst kind of NIMBY opportunism.
Solar in the Southwest: A Bright Shining Disappointment
Solar is a bust, even in the sun-drenched Southwest. If it can’t make it here, it can’t make it anywhere.
Report: A Bright, Shining Disappointment
Solar Photovoltaic’s Failure in the Southwest.
The Energy Transition Act is shaping up to create the worst energy crisis the southwest has ever seen. On May 17, the Southwest Public Policy Institute (SPPI) released data on a comprehensive energy survey. With over 3,000 respondents, New Mexicans clearly prioritized affordable and reliable energy with 7 out of 10 preferring either affordability or […]
Regulators blame the utility, and the utility blames the supply chain. Is anyone blaming the legislation?
Only 3 in 10 consider green energy a priority.