December 10, 2023

New Mexico Environment Department (NM ED)

New Mexico Environment Department
New Mexico Adopts California Standards for Clean Cars, Trucks

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 Environment Department
NM Sets Course to Adopt New Clean Vehicle Rules
New Mexico is about to launch a rulemaking on regulations that would largely mirror California’s ZEV sales requirements, but with one key difference.
Iowa Soybean Association
LCFS Bill Emerges in NM House as Session Nears Close
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.
NM CO2 Limit Rule Would Target San Juan Coal Plant
New Mexico regulators release a draft rule that would set CO2 limits for coal plants, raising questions about the future of the San Juan Generating Station.
NM Draft Bill Would Encourage Hydrogen Buildout
New Mexico has released a “stakeholder discussion draft” of a bill that would offer tax breaks as an incentive for developing hydrogen infrastructure.
N.M. Interagency Climate Change
After Delay, NM Moves Toward Calif. Clean Car Standards
New Mexico is heading toward adoption of California clean car standards, but environmental groups say officials are moving too slowly.

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