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OPINION: NM lawmakers push energy initiatives


Landmark Supreme Court rulings, controversial trade and nuclear weapons deals and a long-overdue rewrite of the No Child Left Behind education law have dominated the headlines over the first half of a busy Washington summer. Beyond the glare of the national media spotlight, two New Mexico lawmakers have been working on legislation related to energy production — a subject central ...

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Clean energy project set for Big Run Landfill

COALTON — Plans are under way to develop a new, state-of-the-art clean energy facility at Big Run Landfill that will convert gas produced at the landfill into renewable natural gas, EnviroSolutions (ESI), owner of Big Run, according to a press release announced Tuesday. Enerdyne Power Systems, a company that specializes in utilizing landfill gas (LFG) as a renewable fuel source, ...

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North Dakota officials consider wind farm south of Rolette

ROLETTE, N.D. — The North Dakota Public Service Commission is considering a proposed wind farm that would feature 59 turbines in the northern part of the state. Under its proposal, Rolette Power Development is seeking to generate about 100 megawatts of electricity on nearly 15,000 acres of land between Rolette and Rugby, KXMC-TV reported. The company is asking the commission ...

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New Mexico recognized for clean energy

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CARLSBAD — In a new study about states leading in clean energy development, New Mexico was recognized as a clean energy state, despite recent criticisms from the state’s attorney general. The new report, released Monday by the Clean Energy States Alliance, is called, “Clean Energy Champions: The Importance of State Programs and Policies.” The alliance is a nonprofit group with ...

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