Michelle Lujan Grisham
New Mexico regulators adopted zero-emission requirements for cars and trucks in a move that proponents say will improve air quality, fight climate change and increase consumers’ choice of vehicles.
New Mexico is about to launch a rulemaking on regulations that would largely mirror California’s ZEV sales requirements, but with one key difference.
While PNM awaits a court decision that could revive a merger with Avangrid, PNM officials say they’ll keep running the company like it’s a standalone business.
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham vetoed large portions of a tax package, cutting out tax credits for EVs, energy storage systems and geothermal electricity production.
A bill that would establish a low-carbon fuel standard in New Mexico awaits a House vote as the state legislature races toward the end of the 2023 session.
A net zero bill unveiled by New Mexico lawmakers has already stumbled, failing to advance out of a Senate committee.
Less than two weeks after the governor appointed new members to the New Mexico PRC, one member has resigned and a replacement has been named.
New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham appointed three members to the state’s revamped Public Regulation Commission, which previously had five elected members.
Two Western governors speaking at COP27 said they see states leading the federal government in tackling climate change measures on the ground in the U.S.
New Mexico has become the latest state to adopt California’s Advanced Clean Cars regulation.
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