Learn some tips to keep you and your family safe when using electricity.
Stay safe during a power outage. Plus, what to do if you come across a fallen power line.
Severe storms can occur any time of year. Be prepared for storms and know how to stay safe.
Dry conditions in our state can mean an increased risk for wildfires, so it's important to prepare for fire season. Learn valuable tips to stay safe.
It's important to teach your children how to be safe around electricity.
PNM works closely with First Responders in the communities that we serve, and often we find ourselves working side by side on locations during outages, storms, and other scenarios. Learn how to recognize and react to certain situations to avoid life threatening circumstances for yourself and the people in our community.
Occasionally, PNM employees or authorized contractors need to come to your home to perform work on equipment or perform some other service. In some situations, work may also need to be done late at night. View these tips to help keep PNM employees safe when they are working in your neighborhood.
Know what to do in the event that a hot air balloon comes in contact with a power line.
Energy and copper theft are both against the law, and could put you in danger. Report it to PNM immediately.
Trees are integral to our quality of life. When properly placed and planted, trees can even save you money on your heating a cooling bills. You can help by making sure any new trees that you plant won't interfere with any power lines or utilities on your property. Learn more tips to stay safe when planting new trees.
If you are planning a project that involves digging, "call before you dig" - dial 811 statewide. It's smart, free, easy and it's the law.
We have noticed an increase in phone scammers claiming to be PNM and threatening customers with disconnection or meter removal. Learn how to recognize scams and keep you and your family safe.