Save Money & Energy
Helping customers save money by becoming more energy-wise is an important part of what we do. Since 2007, PNM energy efficiency programs have provided more than $98 million in customer rebates and helped save almost 4.5 billion kilowatt hours of electricity, that is enough to power approximately 660,000 homes for a year. These programs have kept an estimated 2.7 million metric tons of carbon dioxide out of the air and saved 1.5 billion gallons of water. PNM can help you save money and energy with a variety of rebates, discounts and energy-saving tips for your home. We also have rebates and incentives for business owners, too.
* Above figures are using estimated 2019 values
Save money and energy by participating in several energy efficient programs for your home. You can get rebates on air conditioners and refrigerators, discounts on LED lighting, and sign up for an in-home energy assessment with a PNM Home Energy Checkup.
This is an easy way to get useful information about your home's energy usage. Try this online analysis tool to get free advice on ways to save energy in your home.
You might be surprised how many simple things you can do to cut your energy use. Add them up, and you'll get big energy savings and a lower monthly energy bill.
Get a jump start on energy savings this season with these easy tips for the Thanksgiving holiday .
More people now qualify for assistance lowering their utility bills. Learn more about the program, or apply for home weatherization assistance.
This is a 60 minute interactive, hands-on presentation for 5th grade and high school students at participating schools. Each student is given an energy-efficiency kit filled with equipment to install at home.
Looking to buy or build a new home? New Mexico High Performance New Homes have energy efficiency built in that provides you savings from day one, and better comfort for a lifetime.
Energy efficiency program appointments and rebates are on a first come, first served, basis and are for a limited-time only. Once program reaches its maximum capacity this year, the program will resume the next calendar year.