Integrated Resource Planning
Planning your energy future – together
After a year-long public input process, PNM today said it expects to meet growing electric demand in the next 20 years with a combination of new natural gas-fired plants, increased energy efficiency and more renewable energy -- and without the addition of any new coal-fired power plants.
New Mexico law requires PNM to file an integrated resource plan every three years that identifies the most cost-effective resource portfolio to meet regulatory requirements and energy needs for the next 20 years.
PNM 2011-2030 Electric Integrated Resource Plan (.pdf)
Read press release: PNM Expects to Meet Growing Electric Demand With New Natural Gas Plants, Increased Energy Efficiency and More Renewable Energy
PNM's Objections and Responses to New Energy Economy's First Set of Interrogatories (.pdf)
List of PNM Exhibits and Referenced Documents in PNM's Objections and Responses to New Energy Economy's First Set of Interrogatories (.pdf)
Working Group presentation slides, meeting materials, and more
Presentation slides, meeting materials and recommended reading
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