Coalition asks PRC to reject PNM’s plan for San Juan Generating Station

While the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission is hearing arguments about a plan from the Public Service Company of New Mexico to close two units at a local electricity generating station, a coalition of community groups has voiced loud opposition to the move. The groups are citing the health and financial security of New Mexico as reasons to reject the plan, which would close two of the units at the San Juan Generating Station and replace the energy with power from solar, wind and nuclear sources.

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