December 3, 2023

PNM Resources

New Mexico Contemplates Organized Market Choice
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.
Avangrid Pushes Forward on NECEC, Offshore Wind, PNM Merger
Avangrid announced Wednesday that its net income increased 16% in 2022 over 2021 but projected flat financials in 2023.
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.
Sierra Club
Solar Supply Chain Issues Dog PNM Coal Plant Replacement Plan
PNM exhausted every alternative before postponing the retirement of the coal-fired San Juan plant until the end of this summer, a utility executive said.
Vineyard Wind
ISO-NE, States Seek to Build on ‘Alignment’ Efforts
Resource adequacy concerns and market rules and transmission infrastructure to support state clean energy policies highlight the issues facing ISO-NE in 2022.
Security Limits Inc.
Bid-rigging Allegation Clouds Avangrid Bid for PNM
Avangrid is facing increasing scrutiny from regulators following allegations that the company purchased millions in unnecessary equipment to boost profits.
The U.S. Center
Edison Electric Institute and Biden Admin Work Together at COP26
U.S. National Climate Advisor Gina McCarthy, several U.S. utility executives and the Edison Electric Institute discussed President Biden's goals at COP26.

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