New Mexico Public Regulation Commission (NM PRC)
Many at the joint conference focused on the eventual result of the contest between CAISO's Extended Day-Ahead Market and SPP's Markets+ to organize the West's electricity market.
When it comes to choosing between Western day-ahead market offerings, who else is participating in the market is a key consideration, a representative of a New Mexico utility said.
State regulators have launched a process to develop “guiding principles” regarding participation in a regional day-ahead market or RTO.
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.
Avangrid announced Wednesday that its net income increased 16% in 2022 over 2021 but projected flat financials in 2023.
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.
Arizona regulators granted a key approval to the SunZia Transmission project, which would deliver wind energy from central New Mexico into Arizona.
The WPP's future independent board will include the previous PJM CEO, a former member of WEIM's Governing Body and WPP’s present board chair, among others.
Several Western states pursue initiatives that could support the Biden administration's goal of expanding community solar capacity to 20 GW by 2025.
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