NM renewable energy advocates clash over proposal
A proposal that would allow electric utilities to choose their alternative energy sources rather than be required to use solar as part of the mix has New Mexico's solar industry worried.
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Since: Jan 10
#1 Dec 9, 2012
Some form of mandatory has got to occur else we'll never wean ourselves from natural resources, and alternative energy sources will never blossom.
I suspect the biggest factor working against it is money on the part of PNM, not ours but theirs. They might actually be pressured to move forward for a change.
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