The Commissioners still must vote, but the hearing officer didn’t leave any stones unturned, offering 400 pages of reasons to deny the merger. What do we do now?
As evidence of Iberdrola’s corporate irresponsibility piles up, one must ask: Could PNM have found a less ethical corporation? UNLIKELY!
PRC Removes Atty. Marcus Rael from Merger Case; Update from Paul; Please Offer Comment at Aug. 9 PRC Hearing on Merger
Today we offer an update from Paul, a report on the PRC ruling to remove Marcus Rael from the PNM/Avangrid merger case, and the info you need to make written and/or oral comment on the proposed merger at the PRC… Read More ›
We’ve written about this several times now, but now you can find out the Maine experience with Avangrid straight from a seven-term state legislator and chair of the Committee on Energy & Utilities. We also offer links to a few… Read More ›
New Mexico is 50th in everything good. And it’s our children who suffer most. Addressing the needs of children and other underserved communities costs money. NM is always scraping together a budget, but with insufficient resources our state is constrained… Read More ›
PNM, Xcel and El Paso Electric have slow-walked toward renewable energy goals and that walk is about to become a crawl, if we don’t take proactive action. And we are. Retake is working with other energy activists to seek energy… Read More ›