An Update On Upcoming Fast Charging Stations in Southeast New Mexico

Credit to Author: Jennifer Sensiba| Date: Thu, 13 Oct 2022 16:30:07 +0000

Why I Spend Time On This One of the things I like to cover here at CleanTechnica is upcoming DC fast charge stations. While in reality, the average EV driver will rarely use one, it’s still a big factor in whether someone will buy an EV. If you’re on the fence about buying an electric […]

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Researchers at Sandia Lab Successfully Test New Power Generation Technology

Credit to Author: Darrell Proctor| Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2022 18:30:46 +0000

Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories in New Mexico announced they completed a successful test of a new power-generating technology, delivering electricity to the local grid using an energy conversion system that they say could drive a major increase in efficiency for power plants across the U.S. and perhaps the world. The researchers, in a news […]

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Western Spirit Sets the Standard for Large-Scale Wind Power Projects

Credit to Author: Aaron Larson| Date: Thu, 01 Sep 2022 04:17:00 +0000


With a capacity of more than 1,050 MW, Western Spirit Wind farm is the largest wind power project ever constructed as a single phase in the Americas. The project, which was completed in roughly a year in spite

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A Quick Look At State Infrastructure Bill EV Charging Plans

Credit to Author: Jennifer Sensiba| Date: Fri, 12 Aug 2022 21:50:38 +0000

A couple weeks ago, we heard from the US Departments of Energy and Transportation that all 50 states had submitted initial plans to review for funding from last year’s Infrastructure Bill. The long-term goal is to use the money to install 500,000 EV charging stations, but states have to start with critical corridors, and that’s […]

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New Mexico Submits First Infrastructure Bill EV Charging Plan, Ignorance Breeds Controversy

Credit to Author: Jennifer Sensiba| Date: Sat, 23 Jul 2022 15:40:39 +0000

Last week, New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham announced that New Mexico was the first state to submit its EV charging plan to the federal government, a requirement to get funding from the infrastructure bill’s EV charging fund. But, the plan wasn’t without controversy, as many in the state and even journalists just don’t understand […]

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Massive $8 Billion SunZia Renewable Energy Project Is On Again, For Now

Credit to Author: Tina Casey| Date: Tue, 19 Jul 2022 17:15:06 +0000

renewable energy wind transmission SunZia Pattern.jpgJoe Manchin or not, renewable energy is on a roll in the US, as demonstrated by the $8 billion SunZia wind farm and transmission line linking Arizona and New Mexico.

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A Key NM Charging Station Starts A New Round of Construction

Credit to Author: Jennifer Sensiba| Date: Sun, 10 Jul 2022 17:45:48 +0000

At a recent event, the State of New Mexico not only showed off a very important new EV charging station, but they kicked off a round of EV charging station construction that’s going to make a big difference for the state’s residents and people passing through. A Key Interstate Will Now Have Non-Tesla EV Charging […]

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Roasting Green Chile with the Power of the Sun

Credit to Author: Guest Contributor| Date: Fri, 08 Jul 2022 09:00:07 +0000

Greener approach to a New Mexican staple opens possibilities for sustainable food roasting By Mollie Rappe Article courtesy of Sandia LabNews Every August and September the unmistakable pungent aroma of roasting green chile permeates the air across New Mexico and neighboring states. This delectable staple of regional cuisine is green in color, but roasting the chile pepper […]

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A Diné (Navajo) Community Activist Investigates Leaks at Oil & Gas Sites in New Mexico (Videos)

Credit to Author: Nexus Media| Date: Sun, 26 Jun 2022 03:40:33 +0000

A Diné (Navajo) community activist investigates leaks at oil and gas sites in New Mexico. With an infrared camera in hand, a Diné (Navajo) community activist investigates methane leaks at oil and gas sites. Environmental protectors sound the alarm and push for regulation in New Mexico’s San Juan Basin. In Southern Louisiana, land loss poses […]

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New Mexico: Kit Carson Electric Co-op Achieves 100% Daytime Solar Power

Credit to Author: Jennifer Sensiba| Date: Fri, 17 Jun 2022 22:55:38 +0000

Kit Carson Electric Cooperative has achieved a big environmental milestone. Customers in their service area, around Taos and Santa Fe, New Mexico, will now have 100% of their daytime electric use provided by solar power. “When we partnered with Guzman Energy in 2016, we set an ambitious goal of becoming one of the cleanest energy […]

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